Sue's December 2017 Letter
2017 is but a memory now, but oh what great memories. I will never forget the day I watched Eduardo move by himself out of his wheelchair to a standing position, only to walk with his Dad across the room. What joy! I remember how Kamri prepared a speech about her story and delivered it to students at Chapman University. I remember how thrilled I was to finally get to bring Dr. John Medina to B.R.A.I.N. and how excited I was to have him speak to our Think Tank audience. I have such terrific memories of watching our own B.R.A.I.N. Choir sing at various events like our Year End Potluck in June and our Christmas Party last month. They also sang at our a Donor Dinner in October called, Thanks A Million. People’s hearts were tugged, the choir was admired and our donors were amazed!
I thank our choir, as they were a huge part of our largest fund raising campaign to date.
We live in a very divided and conflicted culture. Rarely do people agree on much any longer. But, one thing we can all agree on is the value that B.R.A.I.N. gives our community and to survivors of brain injury specifically.
Buckle your seat belts and let’s get ready for a fantastic New Year at Brain Rehabilitation And Injury Network.