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The Brain Network relies on an extraordinary network of supporters, partners, and advocates who share our mission:

to transform the life trajectories of acquired brain injury survivors by addressing gaps in their care journey and guiding them toward a brighter future.

Host A Monthly
In-person Social

The Brain Network WA chapter hosts a monthly in-person social event for survivors, aiming to alleviate social isolation and offer opportunities for relearning life skills.

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Buy A Smart Device
For A Survivor

"TechBridge: Empowering Communities Through Technology"


The objective of this program is to equip members with the necessary tools to engage in online educational events and activities.


Through TechBridge, the Brain Network endeavors to bridge the digital divide by providing devices such as computers, tablets, or smartphones to community members who may otherwise lack access. Additionally, the program offers training and support to ensure that individuals can utilize these technologies effectively. By empowering our community with digital resources, TechBridge enables members to participate in online educational events, fostering learning and personal development opportunities for all.

IN 2023, Brain Network recieved an inkind donation of Meta Portals which were distributed to members of our community nationally.

Provide An
Educational Stipend 

Contribute by donating an educational stipend to support a neurology expert-led webinar on the Brain Network's online platform.

Topics include cognitive retraining, neuroanatomy: how the brain works, help heal your brain through nutrition and lifestyle.

Brain Network partners with neuro professioals globally to provide these edcuational opportunities.

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Our Supporters And Collaborators

We extend our gratitude to our partners who assist us in creating pathways, fostering opportunities, and ensuring equitable access to a better quality of life for the brain injury community.

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Equine Energy

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Brain Network would not be possible without our incredible supporters, partners, and advocates who are dedicated to illuminating the path for the ABI community

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