It's generally a bad idea to say something can't or won't be done, especially in the realm of science and technology. The following are quotations that have failed to stand up to the test of time:
The Survivors of United States Pledge, To go out of our way on veterans day to randomly thanks a veteran we do not know and thank him/her for their service to our county and all those we do know. As a survivor my injury was a accident, but our vets injuries were a sacrifice they willing put themselves in harms way to serve our country.…See More
i saw that lady in the chat room trying to get you to go to a different site, I was just watching it turned my stomac I didn't even want to chat with her in the room, she must be going through some hard times to attack our wonderful site the way she did, I am glad you reported it, it really offended me
"Marie, thanks to Richard, he got my attention to your page.... My you have had quite a career, and I am sure the courage center group values you help ... What a story you have, and skills,,, ! tbi is not …"
It's been a couple months since we had a Caregiver Dinner in Seattle and I miss you all! Let's have dinner together at Panera Bread at Northgate Mall next Tuesday, March 11th.
A wonderful young woman named Natasha who is also a caregiver for her father with TBI will join us. She is starting a project to provide more support and respite resources specially for caregivers of people living with brain injury.
Come share a meal, our stories, and ideas for Natasha's…
Brain Injury Radio has completed another great show. The archived version of The Dr is In! Recovery Now with KimJustus is now available for you to listen to anytime. Visit the BlogTalkRadio app to check it out.
"Thanks for spreading the word, Ric! People outside the Twin Cities, Minnesota can log onto KFAI.org to listen to the live broadcast, which will also be available for two weeks post production via IWD2014 under archived programs! Thanks!