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Support Groups & Events

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EQUAL ACCESS * INCLUSION * PEER SUPPORT

Groups & Events

We Are In This Together 

We are committed to your safety and well-being. To support the effort to contain the spread of COVID-19, virtual meetings are being offered.

 

Staying connected virtually is developing into a new norm for many of us. It is still possible to continue the journey to wellness emotionally, mentally and spiritually as we connect virtually. 

With this in mind, a virtual series of group meetings and social events make it easier to stay connected and alleviates ongoing transportation challenges. Yes! 

Virtual Meeting Schedule (Zoom)

Peer Mentoring - Cross Disabilities

First Saturday of the Month 1pm - 2:30pm (Zoom)

Learn to problem solve disability issues - Ranging from patient rights, tenant rights, equal treatment and access, whether you're looking for potential solutions, resources or support, we are here to help.

One-on-One breakout sessions are also available. 

BIG Empowerment & Advocacy

Every Wednesday 2pm - 3:00pm (Zoom)

Learn self-advocacy and systems advocacy. BIG stands for Brain Injury Group. Created by brain injury survivors from Northern Virginia and Northwest Piedmont region this group discusses treatment gaps and strategies to raise awareness and advocate effectively. Members are active in patient and systems advocacy.

Brain Injury Survivor Support

Every Saturday 11:30am-12:30pm (Zoom)

Support for all stages of rehabilitation therapy for survivors of traumatic brain injury and acquired brain injury. Includes Information Sessions. 

One-on-One breakout sessions are available. 

In-Person Meeting Schedule (Samuels Public Library)

All in-person meetings have been changed to Virtual based on feedback. This change helps assist to accommodate individuals with transportation challenges.  

If you are interested in virtual meetings, please plan to contact us

by 5pm the day before the scheduled Zoom meeting.

 

Thank you!

Stay Safe & Stay Well!