Our groups and media strategy are simply based on demystifying brain injury. We attempt to describe what a brain injury is and how it affects the community, the benefits of attending groups to the survivors, and how we have impacted the stigma toward brain injury survivors.

2019 BeatBlast Interview

In process

Interview to be published around mid-August

TV Interview

Inside Bremerton

Shown on BKAT and now can be viewed on Vimeo.

Interview with Janice Worman at the 2017 Walk, Run, and Roll for Thought

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Traumtic Brain Injury, Lets talk about it

Michaela Roman The Kitsap Sun Newspaper, August 17, 2017

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) can have wide-ranging physical and psychological effects, according to the Mayo Clinic. Traumatic brain injuries don’t just occur from playing football or having a stroke. For some who suffer from the condition, their entire lives have changed from a single slip or fall. The damage and effects are not always evident in a quick conversation with someone suffering from TBI. On Sept. 9, the Brain Injury Alliance of Washington hopes to promote awareness of TBI with its annual “Walk, Run and Roll for Thought,” a one-mile course at Lions Park in Bremerton. ...

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Event shines light on brain injury

Rick Bonari The Kitsap Sun Newspaper, October 15, 2016

Engineers, teachers, parents, and artists were just a few of the 63 survivors, family and friends who gathered at Lions Park in Bremerton on Sept. 10 to break the silence regarding brain injury.

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Mile walk aids people with brain injuries

Andrew Binnon The Kitsap Sun Newspaper, July 21, 2014

BREMERTON — For those dealing with the effects of a traumatic brain injury, considering what they are up against, the rain Sunday during the Walk, Run and Roll for Thought was nothing. “A little water never hurt anybody,” said Belinda Erickson, of Port Orchard, who suffered a traumatic brain injury six years in an automobile crash. “It just makes you grow.” ...