News and Announcements

  • SB 420 Signed into Law!

    SB 420 Signed into Law!
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  • Art on the Brain

    ART ON THE BRAIN A creative and caring space for participants to do art in community, learn about themselves and others, and listen and share their stories as they emerge. Art on the Brain is funded by Brain Injury Connections – Northwest and is free for brain injury survivors and their supporters. Thursdays, 4:00-6:00pm, April 20-June 1 BIC-NW Office (1411 SW Morrison Ave.) ...
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  • TBI & My Longest Ride Documentary

    Karl ‘Kajomo” Moritz is an adjunct board member here at BIC-NW and we are so grateful for all the work he does for us and the brain injury community! Karl collaborated with Cheryl Green, filmmaker & former board member of BIRRDsong, the predecessor to BIC-NW. We cannot recommend this amazing documentary enough and the impactful story they share. The Closed ...
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  • Share Your Voice: The 2021 CBIRT Survey

    The Center on Brain Injury Research and Training (CBIRT) at the University of Oregon is conducting a survey of the services and supports in Oregon for persons with brain injury. It is available in both English & Spanish (see below for translation.) The survey will inform future state and local policy changes necessary to better serve Oregonians who sustain brain injuries. This ...
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  • In Memoriam – Jim Martin

    Brain Injury Connections Northwest will long feel the loss of our friend, peer and guide. Jim was not only an invaluable and critical member of the Leadership team, he was a caring and helpful peer to the brain injured members of our support groups. Jim helped to rescue us financially through his myriad of contacts and friends in Portland ...
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Read Our Brain Injury Storyboard

Stories of Encouragement from Real Brain Injury Survivors

Are you a brain injury survivor? Would you like to tell your story?

We invite you to share:

  • What was your life like before your injury?
  • How are you coping and recovering?
  • What are the advantages and disadvantages of living with brain injury?
  • What are your goals for the future?

If you would like to share your experiences with readers on our website, or even just with friends or family, we would love to hear from you and we will help you put your story in writing.

If you’re interested, please contact us by email at info@bic-nw.org, or by phone at (971) 258-0561.

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