Support groups can be an invaluable tool for growth and independence.
Imagine receiving feedback and friendship from a community of peers who know first-hand what it’s like to experience disability. Amazing, right? They’ve been there.
They understand. And they are trusted allies for the journey ahead.
Virtual support groups are being offered in response to COVID-19 precautions. Join us weekly.
We'd love to see you!
Find Your Footing Through Connection During A Pandemic
Connect with peers and find resources
Find connection and learn tools for self-care and mindfulness. We focus on a new topic during each session. Build your community with professional and peer support.
Mondays 3PM – 4:30PM
Register via the RSVP function on the event calendar and answer a short list of screening questions. You only need to register if it’s your first Gaining Ground meeting. We’ll send you a meeting link (Zoom and call in) once your registration is finalized.
For those that support traumatic brain injury or acquired brain injury survivors.
This is a place where you can share your frustration, joy, fears, “new normal”, depression, and anything else as it pertains to the group. This group builds community and shares resources.
Wednesdays 10AM – 11AM virtually via Zoom
Please email Brooke Eldrige for Zoom link or call in number at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Moving A Head
For survivors of traumatic or acquired brain injuries.
We discuss topics that include, but are not limited to, memory loss, living with pain, anxiety, the “new normal” and depression. This group builds community and shares resources.
Thursdays 4pm-5pm virtually via Zoom.
Please join via the Zoom Meeting Link:
OR one tap mobile: +13462487799
Meeting ID: 916 146 5560
What can I expect?
Our support groups are peer-driven. Participants build community and learn through shared experiences.
- At this time, each group meets online via ZOOM or you can join us by phone.
- Our groups can accommodate a support person if needed.
- Each support group is a safe place to share your feelings. Abilitree will always be a judgment-free zone.