Register Today for HeadStrong’s “Meaningful Projects & Activities” Training!
Wednesday, January 27, 5:30 to 8:30 pm
University of Puget Sound, Weyerhauser Hall
Meaningful Projects & Activities is the last module in our three-module series. This module is based on the work we do in the Identity module. We brainstorm projects that are meaningful to you or the person you are working with. We use exercises and tools to make ambitious projects doable. We work with planning tools for successful projects – Goal, Obstacle, Plan, Do, Review. When our identity is supported and we are engaged in meaningful projects, our sense of belonging and purpose are restored. HeadStrong provides all training materials and handouts to use in your work or home setting.
BICA support group for caregivers of people living with brain injury.
Get connected, share resources and ideas in a supportive environment!
Greenwood Public Library
Wednesday, Jan 13, 2016
6:00 to 7:45 pm
See flier for more dates and information
The Arc of King County holding workshops on SSI and SSDI public benefits
Thursday January 21, 2016 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Alyssa Burnett Adult Life Center – 19213 Bothell Way NE, Bothell, WA 98011
Brain Injury Caregiver Alliance (BICA) hosts a support group for people who are caregivers to a person living with brain injury. BICA meets at the Good Shepard Center in Wallingford, Seattle each month on a Wednesday. The next meeting is Wednesday, August 26 from 6 to 8 pm at the Good Shepard Center, Room 202. See the flier below for more information. This is a wonderful group with great support and resources for caregivers.
We are postponing our BEST HeadStrong Picnic until October 11 due to rain predicted for this weekend, It will be an awesome indoor/outdoor celebration of fall with HeadStrong, BEST, and Outdoors for All. Outdoors for All will lead accessible indoor climbing.We’ll have hot sandwiches, beverages, and indoor/outdoor games.
You bring your family and friends, a side-dish or dessert.
Sunday, October 11, 2015
1:00 to 5:00 pm
Magnuson Park, 7400 Sandpoint Way NE, Seattle, WA
To RSVP, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
HeadStrong is now a Community Partner with Outdoors for All! HeadStrong families are eligible to receive a 20% discount off registration fees for all Outdoors for All summer activities! You may also be eligible to receive up to 70% off if they need additional financial assistance.
To view the summer activities and schedule online visit:https://outdoorsforall.org/…/04/Guide-Summer-Participant.pdf
To download our standard financial aid application to receive up to 70% off program fees visit: https://outdoorsforall.org/…/Register-Financial-Scholarship…
For help or other questions please contact:
Administrative Services Manager
(206) 838-6030 x200
Outdoors for All has opened a new adaptive cycling center this summer at Magnuson Park. We have a wide range of adaptive cycles including adult tricycles, recumbents, therapy bikes, hand cycles, and tandems. Individuals with disabilities and their families can come to our Magnuson Park office in Seattle on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 10 am – 5 pm to enjoy the fun of adaptive cycling. Cycles are available for use in Magnuson Park as well as the Burke Gilman Trail.
Our rates range from $15 – $20/hour to $40 – $50/day. We also have a seasons pass program for $100. Our program is focused more on individuals who are independent or who would bring a friend to accompany them if they need support while pedaling. If an individual is interested in trying out bicycling for the first time they can set up a bike fitting session with one of our recreation therapist to see what bikes will best fit their needs. We kindly request a 48 hour notice before coming to the drop-in center to ensure we have the right bike for you.
If you know of anyone who may be interested in participating, please let them know about our cycling program. If you have any questions regarding this program please feel free to contact me.
Here is our information:
Outdoors For All Adaptive Cycling Center
6344 NE 74th Street, Suite 102
Seattle, WA 98115
Hours: Friday, Saturday, Sunday 10am – 5pm
Phone: (206) 838 – 6030 x 277
Joel Laguatan and his support group are hosting the awesome Brain Injury Global Picnic at Alki Beach for a pot luck picnic and games and an awesome time at the beach. You can contact Joel at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-948-8552.
HeadStrong will be presenting on “Rebuilding Identity after Brain Injury” at the 2015 WA State TBI Conference, Monday April 27 at 3:45 pm. We’ll also have a table in the Resource Room. Come join us!
HeadStrong Mentor Trainings – Spring 2015
University of Puget Sound, Weyerhauser Hall
May 4 – Identity & Meaningful Projects
The HeadStrong Mentor Training Program is designed to train professionals, family members, caregivers, tutors, and anyone living or working with people who live with brain injury. Mentoring is a traditional way societies pass on knowledge by working side by side and setting a positive example. This training will help you be an empowering support person.
The Mentor Training includes four key modules:
- Identity After Brain Injury
Meaningful Projects & Activities
Positive Behavior Supports