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Adaptive Bicycle Day with HeadStrong & Outdoors for All, May 22nd

Join us for Adaptive Bicycle Day with Outdoors for All, Sunday May 22nd!

We had a blast last year’s event with so many different types of bicycles to fit every accessibility need. Bring the whole family for a day of riding, picnic lunch and fun at Magnuson Park!

RSVP to Desiree at dld@headstrongforlife.org

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GiveBIG to HeadStrong – Now to May 3rd!

Pre-schedule your GiveBIG to HeadStrong
NOW until the BIG Day on May 3rd!

https://givebig.seattlefoundation.org/npo/headstrong

Headstrong’s mission is to help children and young adults build great lives after brain injury. As science and medicine advance our knowledge of neuroplasticity and recovery, we know that community engagement and meaningful activities are game-changers after injury. HeadStrong’s Outreach, Social Outings, and Training programs provide vital community connections and education to support the entire family. We collaborate with Harborview, Seattle Children’s, BIAWA, Outdoors for All, Camp Korey, BEST, University of Puget Sound and others to create broad community supports.

Thank You from HeadStrong!

Headstrong is a 501.c.3 non-profit organization that serves children, teens, and young adults living with brain injury and their families. We are based in King County with a second chapter in Tacoma.

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RSVP TODAY for Adaptive Climbing and Bike Demo with HeadStrong & Outdoors for All!

Just a couple days left to register for Adaptive Indoor Climbing and Bike Demo Day with Outdoors for All and HeadStrong!

Sunday, April 24th at Magnusen Park, Seattle

RSVP TODAY to Gina Dellino at gdellino@pugetsound.edu.

Click Here to see Photo Album of Adaptive Climbing Day on our Facebook page.

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APPLY TODAY FOR FREE CAREGIVING RESPITE!!

Free Respite for Caregivers is available again from Lifespan
http://www.lifespanrespitewa.org/

You are an unpaid “family” caregiver if . . .
You provide care or support for an adult or child with a chronic or condition that prevents self-care.
You may even be a family member, friend, or neighbor.
Your family member needs support with activities of daily living.
You are not “paid” to support your family member. (Yet for those who are able to receive some financial support, it does not mean they are compensated adequately for their help. They may even have to give up earning an income in order to provide the care needed.
Even though you have made a decision to help your spouse, parent, child, or other loved one, we understand it can take a lot of time, effort and work. You may have become a caregiver suddenly and without warning, or perhaps your role evolved slowly over time. It can even be mentally and emotionally challenging as you balance their needs with your own.

We acknowledge sacrifices you have made. You matter: Clearly, your loved ones need you. And your daily work saves our State billions of dollars every year.

You deserve an occasional break to help you in your important role. You deserve RESPITE.

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BIAWA’s 6th Annual Walk, Run & Roll for Thought

BIAWA’s 6th Annual Walk, Run & Roll for Thought is just a month and a half away on Sunday, April 3rd! Join us at Green Lake for a morning of celebration and awareness.
REGISTER: http://www.biawa.org/walk2016.php
EVENT DETAILS
When: Sunday, April 3rd
Where: Green Lake Community Center, 7201 E. Green Lake Dr. N. Seattle, WA 98115
Registration Opens: 9:00 AM
Opening Ceremony: 10:00 AM
Walk Begins: 10:15 AM

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ARTISTS SUBMIT TODAY for BIAWA BRAIN INJURY ART SHOW

BIAWA BRAIN INJURY ART SHOW JUNE TO SEPTEMBER 2016
ARTISTS SUBMIT TODAY!
BIAWA welcomes and encourages artists of all ages and abilities living with Brain Injury to exhibit their work in our 8th Annual BIAWA Brain Injury Art Show. This is an opportunity to showcase the work of artists in our community who have had to adjust their lives because of brain injuries caused by trauma, stroke, or other health conditions.
For more information contact Pauline at BIAWA toll free at 877-982-4292 or 206-467-4800 or email paulined@biawa.org

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