Tonight on Brain Injury Radio, let's talk PEER Mentoring for folks with brain injury. And, how to become one. I'll set up class, as taught by the Dr. Lisa Thompson Family Education Center and TBI Survivors Network. Personally, I've taken both classes (many times - repetitive action promotes a mind set). I'll also toss in Support Group information - how to start, methods, ideas and more. The book I began the East Central Indiana Support Group comes from BIAA, IBIA, and Virginia's Brain Injury Association (always good to get many information guides, I believe).
Tammy D'ercole is in the Downtown Milton Studio's; inspiration and ways of hope has stormed the building (you should see the new tools in my toolbox).. Dr. Kevin Butterfield will call in from Indianapolis, or Michigan, or Alabama, or where ever Race4Time and Wellness Racing has taken him this week. Sam Way, possibly the most miraculous individual I've ever met, is expected to call us from, uh, a way's up north in Canada. Sam is soooooooooooo cool in my world, never a bad word to say and endings polite. Personnally, I've lost some memory ways, thought ways and bonding ways that I'm rediscovering through Sam Way. Quietly and without knowing, Sam has become my PEER Mentor.
Also, we will look into the life of Michael Coss, A future guest, the Canadian's experience will ROCK your world of hope, faith, inspiration and trust. His family support made it happen, and of course Micheal's drive to thrive.
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