Many people with disabilities have their lives defined for them. The #MoreThanMyBrainInjury campaign gives individuals a chance to overcome those definitions, allowing them to tell their own stories and change the narrative of their lives.
This Brain Injury Awareness Month, join the #MoreThanMyBrainInjury campaign in a way that feels uniquely you.
This season The BridgeLine’s Frankl House was treated to a Home Holiday Makeover from Plow & Hearth. Plow & Hearth and their amazing team of stylists were able to transform one of our two residential houses and bring in a bit of extra holiday cheer. We are so thankful to Plow & Hearth for this opportunity, our residents LOVE it!
The BridgeLine Place’s Summer news is here! Thank you to everyone who continues to support The BridgeLine and The BridgeLine Place Clubhouse, without all of the amazing support from members, families, and individuals within our community none of this would be possible. Thank you and please enjoy!
March is Brain Injury Awareness Month and this year the Brain Injury of Association of Virginia’s theme is More Than My Brain Injury.
This public awareness campaign provides a platform for educating the public about the incidence and prevalence of brain injury as well as the needs of individuals who are injured and their families.
Anyone who has been affected by brain injury is welcome to be a part of this campaign! Survivors and their parents, spouses, siblings, extended families, friends, caregivers, healthcare providers, and more!
With the recent rise in Covid-19 cases in the area The BridgeLine Place closed its doors again to ensure the wellbeing of all.
Due to technology and the dedication of members, we could continue the program virtually. Each morning, members and staff gather online via Zoom meetings to continue the work ordered day virtually and maintain important social connections.
Brain Injury Awareness Day at the General Assembly will be Tuesday, February 1, 2022. This year the Brain Injury Association of Virginia will be leading a Phone A Friend campaign to contact your local legislators to show your support for the two budget amendments supported by The BridgeLine and The Brain Injury Association of Virginia.
Brain scans of people who recovered from COVID-19 had more brain atrophy in parts of the brain that control taste, smell, and memory. People continue to experience “brain fog” months after their recoveries from the other symptoms of COVID-19. Let’s all do our part to curb the spread of this virus and end the pandemic!
The next two days are Amazon Prime Day! Take advantage of all the great deals while simultaneously supporting a nonprofit cause you love! When you shop @AmazonSmile, Amazon will make a donation to The BridgeLine. Click on the link below to get started! https://smile.amazon.com/ch/59-3829222