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We are now the Central Florida Brain Injury Support Group formally the Orlando Brain Injury Support (O-BIS) Est. 1988
www.brainsupportgroup.org
The Central Florida Brain Injury Support Group has been the brain injury awareness outlet since 1988 with recreational activities for Brain Injury survivors, family and advocates with community speakers and resources.
Our Mission is to help Build Brain Injury Awareness through knowledge and partnership. Together we can each build a strong link in the chain of Brain Injury recovery through friendship and support. We are just one of the wheels on the vehicle to the a successful brain injury recovery.
It is important to help build "Brain Injury Awareness" for the 210,000 people that live with a brain injury who call Florida home. Which in Orange County there are over 12,000. This includes children and the veterans with brain injury who face a lifetime living in the Brain Injury world.

The Main Purpose of the Central Florida Brain Injury Support Group is to provide a safe environment where Brain Injury survivors share their individual needs, compensation strategies, and establish friendships by meeting others who face similar challenges.
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In these hard economic times when services are being cut. We need to extend a helping hand to our fellow man. Together we can be strong for each other and share in the faith that we have what we need now and the Lord will provide any other needs when the time presents itself. With the attitude of giving, loving, and sharing with one another indeed we will succeed.
We at the Central Florida Brain Injury Support Group promote brain injury survivors to be proactive in their recovery. We provide resources to choose from in hopes of a successful positive productive result for our community. We would like to reflect the benefits that we as brain injury survivors have to offer our society. Concentrating on what we “can do” which strengthens the link in the chain of brain injury recovery. Together our voices echo forward with love in peace for all. Amen. Thank you everyone for your all of your contributions.
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At 6:44pm on January 23, 2012, stephen d. cunningham said…

Hi Marie-Terese the TBIS group i was going to at usf foleded it was only the moderater and myself attending .Idid go to the one at Tampa General Hospital the traffic at 5pm was bad .I tried the Tampa VA but its only for the mothers and wives of the active duty TBI paitents at the VA and the other TBIS group that they have isonly for the veterans from Iraq and Afganstan. I was told by Steve Clem he was going to put a group together but that was over 2years ago . I wish i dident live so far .I am great full to be on this TBI survior network Craig S. and Crag P and Everyone has been verry helpfull IT TAKES A SURVIVER TO HELP A SURVIVER GOD BLESS

At 8:27am on November 4, 2011, Glen Brist said…
Good  Morning  Marie-Terese,   I   liked  your    photos  and  what  you  said... I  am   starting  to   get  interested  in  passing  the   awareness  on...  but  hardly   feel  capable ,  (  Craig  inspired  me,   as  well  as  our  "group" )   I have  met  so  many   wonderful  people  since    my  injury....
At 2:59pm on July 28, 2011, Tasha Reynolds said…
hope things are well there
At 3:32pm on December 27, 2010, Maureen Regina said…
  Hi Marie-Terese, it has been a long time since we have spoken.  I haven't been doing very good lately and I am asking you if you might give me a few idea's about getting someone that might be able to help me with my Medicaid problem's. Don't we have someone that is supposed to help us, I can't remember her name...I know I used to have a lady's name but with my optic nerve in my rt. eye it is hard for me to read alot or hunt through paper's.  I hope you had a Very Merry CHristmas and a Happy New Year Marie........Stay in touch..luv Maureen Regina
At 1:18pm on October 13, 2010, randy welch said…
hey marie-terese really enjoyed the card game.lets do it again real soon. luv randy
At 12:18pm on May 26, 2010, Walter Moryan gave Marie-Terese a gift
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Got the shirts. Can you please give me simple directions to the Jamboree
At 8:09am on March 11, 2010, stephen d. cunningham gave Marie-Terese a gift
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Hi Marie-Terese, just want to say thank you for being there for all survivors iam attending my tbisg at usf we meet on the 3rd monday of the mounth.
At 7:44pm on December 28, 2009, Olga said…
Just wanted to wish you a great new year and thank you for what your doing I think things are changing.
At 1:40pm on October 14, 2009, Marie-Terese said…
Hey Jonathan;
I too am a TBIS of 18 years sustained as a passenger in a head on collision. I do not recall the accident a month before and after and the way I recall "that person" is like of a character I once read about. It does not seem like it was me that all that happen too.
The reason why I share this with you is because it doesn't really matter that much about what you remember what happen or what you have to do. The most important thing is to remember ia to enjoy the moment you are in. The smile on your face shows the joy in your heart. Have faith with grace and hold hope next to the joy in your heart and kindness will follow you with love.
At 8:19am on October 13, 2009, Jonathan Frenk said…
That really lifted my spirits and put a smile back on my face Marie-Terees. I thank you very much, and any other questions I may have I'll be sure to put it on my wall. Thanks
 
 
 

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