BIAOR 

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Army OneSource is a statewide network of resources and programs.  Bringing Service Members and their Families together with community organizations, churches, counselors and other service providers who want to help our Oregon military.

We currently offer 3 online courses free of charge and for CEU credit – also free.  Courses are titled “Treating the Invisible Wounds of War” (1) PTSD (2) TBI (3) Issues of women returning from combat.

http://www.myarmyonesource.com

bath fitter
Bath Fitter offers top-quality, customized bathroom renovation products and services…and can complete the entire installation in one day!

www.bathfitter.com


BIAOR
BAOR
www.biaoregon.org

BIAWA

BIAWA
www.braininjurywa.org/

Casa Colina

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Casa Colina Centers for Rehabilitation
is an independent not-for-profit, provider that has served children and adults from around the world for over 70 years. It provides a comprehensive continuum of physical rehabilitation services and specialized medical care for people with a wide range of disabilities resulting from stroke, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury and much more.

The physician-directed Casa Colina Hospital is a Joint Commission accredited facility and offers 68 acute rehabilitation beds for people ages 15 and over as well as a broad range of outpatient services.  Post-acute care is offered at the 38 bed CARF-accredited Transitional Living Center and long-term residential care for people with traumatic brain injuries is provided at two additional locations in Southern California.  All facilities are designed for the comfort of patients and their familieis.

 www.casacolina.org
1-800-926-5462


Clarity

Clarity
Clarity's goal is to create specialized phones for individuals with hearing loss, low vision and mobility issues

www.clarityproducts.com




Cookie Lee

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We sell affordable fashion jewelry priced between $14-48. We offer home, office and catalog shows. Fundraising is my specialty! 50% of all sales will be donated to BIAOR. This offer is available to out of state groups also.  Alisha Rutherford 503-781-5006 or www.cookielee.biz/alisharutherford

The Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center

The Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center is a multi-site medical care, clinical research and education center serving active duty military, their dependents and veterans with traumatic brain injury. It represents a unique collaboration of the Department of Defense, Department of Veterans Affairs Health Care system, and civilian partners.

Jill Storms, OTR/L
Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center/ Defense Center of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury
DVBIC/DCoE Palo Alto
Education Coordinator
VAPAHCS 640/117
3801 Miranda Ave
Palo Alto, CA 94304

650-493-5000 x65468


Disability Rights Oregon

DRO
Disability Rights Oregon (DRO) promotes Opportunity, Access and Choice for individuals with disabilities.  We assist people with legal representation, advice and information designed to help solve problems directly related to their disabilities.  All of our services are confidential and free of charge.

DISABILITY RIGHTS OREGON (formerly OAC)
620 SW Fifth Avenue, Suite 500
Portland, Oregon 97204-1420
(503) 243-2081
http://www.disabilityrightsoregon.org/






EOCIL

EOCIL

EOCIL is a proud supporter of the Brain Injury Association of Oregon and other programs that promote and value independence, inclusion, equality and opportunities for people with disabilities.  EOCIL offers individualized services for people with disabilities that include: Information and Referral, Peer Counseling, Life Skills Training, Advocacy, Life Transitioning and much more.  For complete list of services and descriptions please visit www.eocil.org

Face in the Mirror

Face in the Mirror provides art therapy and art as therapy to adults at their residence or in facilities.  We work with people who have diverse abilities and disabilities, specializing in those with cognitive disabilities.  Art therapy helps build communications skills, verbal, sensory and cognitive skills, as well as self-enhancement and live satisfaction.

www.fitmc.org
503-201-0337


Highland Heights


Hill-Rom

Specialized hospital beds for brain and spinal cord injury patients

877-384-7995

www.hill-rom.com

Homeward Bound
I.C.E. Bands Northwest

ICE BANDS

I.C.E. Bands ( In Case of Emergency )100% Silicone Wristbands with the person's name and contact phone number of a family member or friend, in the case of any type of accident or emergency - great for Running, Waking, Biking etc. Also can include Medical Information, as needed ( Diabetes, Autism, Seizures, Dementia, Allergies... ) there is a short ( 1 ) minute video on the homepage of the website that shows the Bands clearly -- www.icebandsnorthwest.com


ILR

Independent Living  Living Resources is Center for Independentthe in the Portland area.  ILR provides activities such as orientation and mobility, skills training, crafts, and recreation as well as the four core services of Advocacy, Information and Referral, Peer Counseling and Skills Training.


Learning Services


Learning Services is a national provider of community-integrated programs that offer innovative, specialized support for adults with acquired brain injuries. We provide supported living, residential rehabilitation, neurobehavioral rehabilitation, as well as day acitivity programming in homelike environments.

For information, call 888.419.9955 or visit www.learningservices.com
 
The Sklar Process

The Sklar Process


Marydee Sklar of Executive Functioning Success presented at last year's BIAOR conference, presenting on time management from the perspective of the brain.  She will be selling her "Seeing What I Need to Do" books which teach The Sklar Process TM and hands-on course to support the books to get thing done.  It has been found useful for individuals who have experienced stoke and traumatic brain injury.



National College of Natural Medicine

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National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM) offers neurofeedback training and naturopathic health care for the many side effects of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Post Concussive Syndrome.  Survivors of TBI can benefit from any forms of biofeedback; and NCMC has a nationally certified provider of neurofeedback.   www.ncmc.edu



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The Oregon Military Support Network is a catalyst and a resource that facilitates the support of current and former members of the uniformed military of the United States of America and their families.


oregonmilitarysupportnetwork.org




 

Piel Canela PERU

 

Peruvian Handicraft - Fair Trade Organization:  Alpaca fiber clothing, Finger Puppets. Woven Tapestries, Paintings, Anden Dolls, Musical Instruments, Handmade jewelry, Children's Sweaters, Organic Cotton Clothing.

 

Progressive Rehabilitation Associates


Progressive Rehabilitation Associates specializing in rehabilitation for individuals after mild to moderate acquired brain injury (including post concussive syndrome) with the goal of return to work, volunteer work, community independence, or home independence.
    QLI

Quality Living, Inc. (QLI) is one of the nation’s largest and most respected providers of brain injury and spinal cord injury rehabilitation. Blending the best of medicine, education and psychology, QLI’s Tri-Dimensional Rehabilitation® program has set the bar as the industry’s gold standard for over 20 years.
www.qliomaha.com


Rehab Without Walls

Rehab without Walls provides comprehensive rehab in the person's home community where every life happends
 

 

RVP

 

Returning Veterans Project is a nonprofit organization comprised of politically unaffiliated and independent health care practitioners who offer free and confidential services to veterans and their families of the current Iraq and Afghanistan campaigns. Volunteers include mental health professionals, acupuncturists, naturopaths, chiropractors, physicians, massage therapists, and other complementary health care providers.

 

Returning Veterans Project
returningveterans.org
(503) 933-4996

 

 

 

Second Step
Second Step

David Dubats | CEO
Second Step, Inc. | "Helping People Walk Again"
P.O. Box 42121 | Eugene OR 97404
 
david@secondstepinc.com | secondstepinc.com
Toll Free:   877.299.STEP | Direct:  541.337.5790 | Fax:  866.596.0765

 

At Second Step, helping people walk again, more independently, is our passion and our mission. Many individuals who are using the Second Step Gait Harness System, and who were unable to walk in the 5, 10 and 20 plus years post their illness or injury, are now beginning to stand and walk again for the first time. We believe that recovery is a better approach than adaption.  You will find comprehensive information on the GHS models on our website, http://www.secondstepinc.com . You will also see daily updated posts of user photos and videos under our Facebook link, which you can access at the bottom of our home web page. 



SSA

Social Security Administration

Social Security's Disability Programs have been streamlined to expedite application processing from those with severe medical impairments.  Online services, benefit programs, and key materials plus answers to you questions about these important programs.

www.socialsecurity.gov


Stemtech

STEMTech HealthSciences, Inc.-the stem cell nutrition  Stemtech is a science-based company with patented, patent pending products and publish scientific studies.  Stemtech nutrition products support the release, circulation and migration of stem cells to tissues and organs-including the skin.  Available only through Independent Distributors and is not sold in stores.


Talking Books and Braille Service


Audio and Braille books for people who are unable, due to injury, illness, blindness, or certain reading disabilities are unable to read standard print materials.  Talking Books and Braille Service is a free federal service administered by the Oregon State Library.  www.tbabs.org
 


VFW - Molalla  


The Veterans of Foreign Wars has a rich tradition in enhancing the lives of millions through its community service programs and special projects. From providing free phone cards to our nation's active-duty military personnel to raising money for the World War II memorial, the VFW is there, "honoring the dead by helping the living."



United Seating & Mobility

United Seating & Mobility

Putting Lives in Motion At United Seating & Mobility, we’ve helped more than a hundred thousand people overcome obstacles to their mobility by putting lives in motion. For us, the heart of our work is improving the lives of those we serve by offering the smartest seating and mobility solutions possible.





Windsor Place


Windsor Place: is a 3 home, 15 resident campus dedicated to residents who have suffered a traumatically brain injury.  We do restorative and behavioral therapies to give our residents confidence and quality of life and independence.


Sharon Slaughter, CBIS  Executive Director
503-581-8300
sharons@windsorplacesalem.org
www.windsorplacesalem.org

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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