"it would be better if you combine your parts rather than several blogs on the same subject i enjoy reading your stuff but it can be a hastle so i suggest one blog on a topic or subject rather than 3 or 4 or more but thanks for trying to get info out…"
My name is Debra Goodrich. I reconize your picture from some where. I was going to ask you if maybe it is either from the Arc or the Pace services or onhe of the different agencies I am or was involved in? I am pretty sure I have seen you before. Maybe it was through Therapuetic Parks and Recreation activities I can't remember. But if you can let me know.
P.s maybe we could get together and do something some time if you are able? Write back and maybe we could meet
Hope this finds you smiling. I am trying to figure this out. Just keep clicking on this and that. The lights will come on at some point and I will understand. This is a great source for tbis to beable to communicate and share. I am a 18 year tbis, like most others sustained in an auto accident. Do have the homicide pictures because they did not think that we would survive. Yes, I was the passenger.
I keep myself busy with the Orlando Brain Injury Support Group. Hope you have had the time to check out our web site. It is great to get educated about the workings of the brain injury association of america.
Today is the radio interview I did about our group. What have you got plannned for the day. Sincerely, MT
Looking forward to a Seattle Caregiver's Dinner for brain injury tonight, Tuesday March 11 at 6:30 pm. Panera Bread at Northgate Mall. I'll bring information about Camp Korey, Mentor Training, and great upcoming events. Call me at 360-220-1422 if you need any more information or click the link below. Happy sunny Tuesday all! Desiree
Brain Injury Radio has completed another great show. The archived version of He Never Liked Cake hosted by Kevin A. Phillips is now available for you to listen to anytime. Visit the BlogTalkRadio app to check it out.
Posted by Second Chance to Live on March 10, 2014Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live. I am happy to have you around my table. Several days ago I wrote the above article. In the article I shared some of my thoughts surrounding what I need to keep in mind. In my experience, I have found that many “professionals” who work in the field of “helping” individuals living with brain injuries, practically patronize the individuals whom…See More