Tag Archives: neuroplasticity
Making Cards and Art at HeadStrong & BEST’s Gratitude Party
Join HeadStrong for our 2017 Outings & Adventures!
Yoga for Caregivers!
Free Neuromovement Clinic for Children coming July 10 & August 6!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
GiveBIG to HeadStrong – Now to May 3rd!
Pre-schedule your GiveBIG to HeadStrong
NOW until the BIG Day on May 3rd!
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.
Pediatric Brain Injury Family Day at Music Works NW – Sunday, March 6th
“Duct Tape and Beyond” UW TBI Forum
Bernadette Gillick and the Brain Plasticity Lab at the University of MN
Bernadette Gillick, Ph.D., is a neuroscientist at the University of Minnesota working with neuroplasticity to develop new ways to restore and improve motor function in the 1 in 3,000 kids affected by stroke. Published on Oct 7, 2014. Bernadette Gillick led a training seminar at Seattle Childrens on Neuroplasticity and Neurorecovery. Her work gives us huge hope for better recoveries for our loved ones.
Watch this video of Why Bernadette Gillick Does What She Does
Here’s a link to the Brain Plasticity Lab in MN to learn more about their work.