1. Who can attend the support group meetings?
Any individual and/or caregivers of individuals who have survived a brain injury that would like to receive information, services, and support.
2. Where is the Acquired Brain Injury Resource Program (ABIRP) located?
The ABIRP is located in the Suzanne Vitale Clinical Education Complex (CEC) at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, KY located at 104 East 14th Avenue in Bowling Green, KY.
3. Who can receive assistance from the graduate assistant to help keep up with assignments, homework, and test dates? How do I schedule a session?
Any brain injury survivor enrolled in courses at WKU or any other educational institute. Contact ABIRP at 270-745-2520.
4. How will sessions benefit the individual?
Sessions will focus on the information and skills each individual feels will benefit him/her. Some areas include attention and concentration, learning and memory, integrative thinking, planning and organizing, and control over emotions and behaviors. Each session's focus is to help each individual succeed in their goals.
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