PO Box 140792
Orlando, FL 32814-0792
Our logo represents brain injury awareness and who we are by Two Faces Facing the World. The brain injured working alongside the uninjured toward a common goal. These faces are encircled with people of every color holding hands because every 23 seconds someone sustains’ a brain injury. Our mission is to help meet the needs of the Brain Injury Survivors. We are Where Injury Meets Support and we are Building Brain Injury Awareness through Knowledge, Friendship & Partnership. We are Brain Injury Survivors driven and self supported through our own contributions and individual donations.
We are traumatic brain injury support group that meet twice a month for socialization, educational speakers and to share community resources. Brain Injury Survivors have the opportunity to support one another in a safe environment of comradeship and understanding, where hardship and sentiments can be discussed openly with respect for each individual opinion and new friendship can be established. We discuss individual needs and compensation strategies that have been successful, because it is from others who face similar frustrations that the best solutions to problems can be found. We encourage brain injury survivors to become proactive in their recovery. We provide monthly resources that offer us hope of a successful, productive, and positive result for our community which reflect the benefits we, as brain injury survivors, offer through friendship and caring about one another. We concentrate on what we “can do”, because together we can build a strong link in the chain of brain injury recovery through friendship and support.
We celebrate National Brain Injury Awareness Month in March with our annual picnic and attend the Brain Injury Association of Florida’s annual Camp TBI in June. Plus we have our Thanksgiving Dinner Meeting and Christmas Gift Exchange Meeting for all of the people living in the world of traumatic brain injury and their caregiver’s, friends and family.
Our monthly newsletter can be seen at
Decision by Patrick Larimore
Please watch Brain Injury Awareness Month 2013 by Sean
Watch Whit Baskin to inspire and
Thank the Lord for all of His many Blessings
Brain Injury Association of Florida
Perspectives on Brain Injury for
Caregivers by James A. Mikula, Ph.D
This is the national suicide hotline number.
We are a support group and not set up to handle emotional crises.
Journey Alone Together Brain Injury Group on facebook
Please post to our Arsenal of Strategies on Living in the World of Brain Injury.
Are You IN?
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 800-273-8255, press 1 if Veteran or calling about Veteran. It will go on resource and home page quite nicely.
Did You Know? The brain is the portion of the central nervous system that is contained within the skull. It is the control center for movement, sleep, hunger, thirst, and virtually every other vital activity necessary to survival. All human emotions – including love, hate, fear, anger, elation, and sadness are controlled by the brain. It also receives and interprets the countless signals that are sent to it from other parts of the body and from the external environment.
The Brain makes us conscious, emotional, and intelligent.
Forgive as soon as possible. Love without boundaries… Laugh without control
and never stop smiling. A smile is contagious and you never know someone may fall in love with it… submitted by Pete
2011 Brain Injury Awareness Month (BIAM)
2nd Annual Brain Injury Awareness Month (BIAM) 2012
3rd Annual Brain Injury Awareness Month (BIAM) 2013
4th Annual Brain Injury Awareness Month Picnic 2014
Guest Speaker 19 Sept 2012 Theresa Barton Professional Guardian, Guardian Care Management & Benefits Services, Inc http://www.orlandoguardian.com/
Each year over 100,000 babies and toddlers, soldiers and athletes, teenagers and grandparents are victims of the effects of a traumatic brain injury. Without help they are often lost to the court system, jail, homelessness or the under-funded mental health systems at a great cost to our state and local governments.
What is a Traumatic Brain Injury?
What are the leading causes of TBI?
Who is most likely affected?
What is the direct and indirect (lost productivity) Medical Costs cost of TBI?
How TBI can affects people:
How TBI can affect individuals’ in school:
What are the challenges with TBI:
Two faces facing the world represents a person with a brain injury along side the person who is not working towards a common goal.
These Faces are encircled with people of every color holding hands because brain injury is an equal opportunity for all.
A special thanks to those who brainstormed this great graphical branding.
We have completed all the requirements for becoming a not for profit organization. We are able to provide donors with a tax-deductible receipts for their gifts.
Special Thanks to:
Senior Personal Injury Lawyer
Mother’s Against Brain Injury
Thank You for our brochures!
106 Church Street | Kissimmee, FL 34741
Thank you for transportation
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