What is available: Beautiful Lake Side campground and a community of peers, row boat and life jackets, nightly campfires, daily self development workshops every morning leaving the day to explore and and fun. There are wild hunkle berries, People bring all kinds of games to share from horse shoes, volleyball, to varrious board…See More
We are delighted to announce that the Third Interagency Conference on Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) will be held on June 13-15, 2011, in Washington DC at the Washington Hilton. The first Federal Interagency Conference was held in 1999, and the second in 2006. Attendance at these conferences far exceeded expectations of the planning committee and was way beyond the capacity of the hotel. Feedback from attendees indicated that the conferences were highly successful educational events for the…See More
Thank you David. Please let me know if I can be of assistance to you in time. If you have any questions, please let me know and I will be in touch with you. Thank you.
If you have family, friends,Doctors or rehabilitation staff that I could help or be of assistance to please let them know of my availability to answer their questions / concerns. I would be happy to be of service to them David.
They may send their questions or concerns through my Contact Page on Second Chance to Live http://secondchancetolive.wordpress.com/leaving-comments/ or you can let them know how I may contact them. Either way is fine with me.
Have a great day and please stay in touch with me.
Thank you so very much for taking the time to leave a comment and to share your words of encouragement with me. You are a tremendous blessing to me Sir. Thank you.
Please let your friends and family members know about what I am doing on Second Chance to Live. If they have any questions, I would be happy to be of service to them. If you have any questions or I may be of service to you please let me know my friend.
I will say so long for now. Have a simply phenomenal day and remember that you have choices.
Hey David in Washington DC
Hope you are smiling with your day.
Would love to share stories?
The question seems to be, how does one with a traumatic brain injury understand self awareness and then accept it?
The other question is,
What safety tips can we share about independent living to assit others in the ways to enjoy our successes and our failures?
"Jeff Sebell wrote (above): For no good reason, I will ask myself, "Is that what that person said?", or, "Did I really see that?", and, for the moment, it'll be like I'm stuck in cement; I won't be sure how to…"
Ever since I can I remember, playing basketball was my passion. My parents divorced at a young age, and both of my parents worked multiple jobs to support my younger brother Jonathan and I. As a result we spent a lot of our childhood alone.…See More