You to can help support the Ability Project by:
Support Groups Brain Injury
Brain Injury Association USA - Promotes awareness, understanding and prevention of brain injury through education, advocacy, research grants and community support services that lead toward reduced incidence and improved outcomes of children and adults with brain injuries.
Brain Injury Society - Serves aquired and traumatic brain injured individuals and their families. Contains online newsletters and events.
Brain Injury Support Groups - Links to chapters of the Brain Injury Association in the U.S., as well as organizations in other countries.
Coma Recovery Association - A non-profit organization for coma and brain injury survivors, family members, friends and professionals. Offerings include mutual aid and support, support group meetings, general information, referrals and advocacy.
East Texas Brain Injury Association - Site includes information regarding meeting dates and times for both survivors and caregivers as well as links to other TBI sites.
The Joseph Corpina Foundation - Dedicated to the enhancement of health and quality of life for children who have suffered traumatic brain injury.
MGH Neurology Chat Rooms - Chat with other brain injury folks, family members, and friends.
Perspectives Network On-Line - Brain Injury: extensive resources including detailed listings/links, multiple language FAQS, diagrams/tools, on-line article archives.
South West Brain Injury Rehabilitation Service - Albury Wodonga - Assisting those with acquired brain injury to re-integrate into the community and providing support for family and carers.
TBI Chatroom and Homepage - For brain injury survivors and caregivers with Traumatic or Acquired Brain Injury. Picture, story, and poem gallery, discussion board, question of the week, TBI and ABI links.
Vancouver Island Head Injury Society - Victoria, B.C., Canada non-profit Brain Injury Society providing support, information, and activities for people with brain injuries, their families, and the people who support them.