In Our Community
1 in 20 people are Affected By
I really want to thank and acknowledge the people we serve, their families and friends, and our incredible employees and volunteers for their compassion, kindness, creativity and trust. The unwavering dedication of everyone at NBIS to ensure people affected by acquired brain injury are supported and connected has given me unending amounts of hope and gratitude.
Together, we can create a better world for the brain injury community!
Kix Citton, Executive Director
Peer support is an important part of recovery from an Acquired Brain Injury. Research shows peer support can assist ABI survivors and their families in managing both the navigation of services and programs available, but also the personal needs of survivors of ABI and their caregivers. Peer support provides emotional support and well-being as well as improved health and quality of life.