Above: Brain Injury Connections Northwest's logo.
Brain Injury Connections Northwest offering
an educational/information series starting February 24
The first of a four-part educational/informational series is being offered by Brain Injury Connections Northwest for survivors of acquired or traumatic brain injuries on Saturday, February 24, from 1 to 4 p.m. The series is titled “CAREGIVERS: How NOT to Lose Yourself Along the Journey” and will be in the Cancer Center Amphitheater at Providence Portland Medical Center, 4805 N.E. Glisan Street.
The caregivers meeting will begin with an introduction of the series, a preview of the presentation for the day, six presentations, discussion with questions and answers, and a wrap up.
The three other meetings that will complete the series will be:
- TEAM BUILDING: Recruiting Your Own ‘A’ Team
- MANAGING THE BUREAUCRACY: How to Address Your Legal and Financial Issues
- ADDING THE FINAL TOUCHES: Education, Vocation, Socialization
For more information about the CAREGIVERS: How NOT to Lose Yourself Along the Journey meeting on February 24, please visit the EventBrite website.
Brain Injury Connections Northwest is an umbrella organization that supports several programs and services that serve the brain injury community in the Portland metropolitan area in the Pacific Northwest. Its vision is to improve the quality of life of those affected by brain injury.