The months and years following a brain injury can be isolating and there are many challenges in rebuilding lives. When acute care ends, there are inadequate resources to help people address their sensory, motor and cognitive challenges. Conventional interventions don’t address all the deficits that can impact the ability to manage self-care and eventually return to work.
The Imaginal Network’s programs focus on peer-to-peer support, recognizing that the people who can best understand, respect and encourage a person living with brain injury to move forward is someone who shares that experience. We focus on creating safe and courageous spaces of dignity, compassion and realistic optimism.
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