Who We Are
Hope after Brain Injury is a non-profit organization devoted to sharing hope with those affected by brain injury through counseling, education, and connection to community resources. We consist of brain injury survivors with their caregivers and healthcare professionals committed to the advancement of brain injury recovery.
We are a faith-based organization who practices the truth spoken by the Apostle Paul in 2 Corinthians 1:3, 4 “Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our troubles, so that we can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves receive from God.”
Services and Resources
Hope after Brain Injury offers online and personal support for brain injury survivors and their families. We have a weekly blog that highlights aspects of living with brain injury. Also, take a peek at our Hope! magazine for an inside glimpse of those living with brain injury. You will find stories from fellow survivors and family members; tips for managing various issues such as memory loss, fatigue, and anger; links to community resources; and perspectives from professionals committed to the advancement of brain injury awareness and recovery.
Hope After Brain Injury ~ Welcome To Our Site
Welcome Home! You are among friends, family, and professionals who are committed to easing the burden of brain injury through counseling, education and connection to community resources. We offer the hope of recovery to the 6.3 million Americans affected by brain injury each year. Although the physical injuries are significant, the emotional and cognitive effects of traumatic brain injury are the most difficult.
We partner with healthcare professionals (licensed professional counselors, psychiatrists, social workers) who are dedicated to helping with these ‘not-so-obvious-to-the-eye’ effects of brain injury. We extend patience and understanding to all those affected by brain injury. You are not alone.
Contact Hope After Brain Injury Today!
The 2014 Hope After Brain Injury Annual Conference - October 4, 2014
The Brain Injury Journey Continues:
The Road to Recovery for Survivors and Caregivers
5 CEUs Included for Professionals
Patience and understanding are key to recovering after brain injury. Join survivors, caregivers, and professionals as we learn more coping strategies for emotional, cognitive, and spiritual health on the brain injury journey.
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Please Join Us on August 2 at Barnes & Noble Arlington! Read more here!
Chicken Soup for the Soul: Recovering from Traumatic Brain Injuries: 101 Stories of Hope, Healing, and Hard Work
by Amy Newmark and Dr. Carolyn Roy-Bernstein with Foreward written by Lee Woodruff. To purchase this 'portable support group', please go to Paperback and ebook may be purchased at Amazon.com.
Coping With Traumatic Brain Injury: One Woman’s Journey from Death to Life by Patti Foster! To purchase paperback or ebook, go to www.pattifoster.com. As a traumatic brain injury survivor, Patti knows what this kind of excessive damage can do to a person. She shares her story in the hope it can help and encourage other TBI survivors, their friends, and families.
TBI Support Group
Every 2nd Tuesday of the month, The Center for Counseling & Enrichment provides simultaneous support groups (TBI survivors group and Caregivers group) from 1:00p – 2:30p. Address: 301 S. Center Street, Suite 120, Arlington, TX 76010. If you are interested, please call Deana Adams at 817-983-1087.
BIND: Brain Injury Network of Dallas
The Brain Injury Network of Dallas, BIND, is a Texas-based non-profit corporation and member of The International Brain Injury Clubhouse Alliance (IBICA), http://www.braininjuryclubhouses.net/. Joining 16 operating brain injury clubhouses in the United States, Canada and Australia, BIND is the only member of IBICA located in Texas.