Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
NeuroConnect provides information, resources, and support to people living with acquired brain injury and their families as well as brings awareness of brain injury to the public.
Be sure to check out their workbooks and E-Magazine.
* ABI Mental Health WorkBook (depression, anxiety, anger management)
* ABI NeuroCognitive Workbook (memory, perception, attention, problem solving...)
Posted by Lisa at 2:13 PM