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Did You Know?


Our local community partners are hosting events & trainings to the community. Check out the various organizations and opportunities below for more information. 

Brain Injury Allinace of Arizona is hosting monthly virtual events and trainings for survivors and professionals, support groups, Brain Waves blog, and so much more!!

Arizona Spinal Cord Injury Association has support groups, virtual events, transportation, peer mentoring program, and social/recreational opportunities! Most are held virtually and they have supports and programs specific to COVID-19 as well. 

We're Moving Forward offers social recreational events and programs for survivors of brain injury, their family members, caregivers, and friends! Check out their site for additional information. 

Dr. Susan Wolf with Empowerment Research has virtual training courses for free to the community on brain injury and neuro-impairment. These courses are for survivors, family members, caregivers, and professionals. Check out the Registration Page for more information. 

Raising Special Kids provides information, training, resources, and advocacy to families with children with disabilities and special health care needs Arizona. 

Arizona Coalition for Military Families provides supports and resources for service members, Veterans, their families and communities. Check out their website for more information. 

Social Recreational Event


AzSCIA & We're Moving Foward are hosting their annual "Let's Play Ball" event!

On Sunday, Febraury 28th, 2021 from 1:30pm-5:00pm AZ Time get ready to play ball! A friendly competition open to all ages and families.

Registration is required and a $5 fee for each registrant. Equipment will be provided and dinner after the game. 

For more information check out AzSCIA's Event Page AND AzSCIA will provide free transportation for individuals who need it. Please call the office at 602-507-4209.