Welcome to B.R.A.I.N, Where Every Individual Counts
Brain Injury Affects Every Individual Differently!
Brain Recovery Assistants Institute of Nevada (B.R.A.I.N.), is a REAL WORLD coaching approach in continuing recovery. Our program is a client centered program that is part of the continuum of care with the focus on empowerment, community re-entry and independence.
Dr. Geoff Manley, chief neurosurgeon of San Francisco General Hospital, was quoted in the San Francisco Chronicle as saying, “We’ve gotten much better at getting people to survive, but we have a lot of work to do helping people recover.”
No two brain injuries are alike. The physical, cognitive, and behavioral impairments resulting from the injury are unique to each person and may require ongoing intensive treatment throughout the individual’s lifetime. Because of the sudden and often devastating effects of brain injury, long term care and service plans are usually not covered by insurance and/or deductibles are not affordable. Exhausted funds can slow improvement.
What Our Clients Say
To Whom it May Concern:
I would highly recommend Teresa Morros. I have had the pleasure of knowing Teresa for over 10 years. During this time, I have seen Teresa accomplish many things. She is one of the most determined and focused people that I know. I have watched her take care of her son Josh who, unfortunately suffered a traumatic brain injury, to raising funds for the Nevada Brain Injury Associations, just one of her may passions. Teresa nursed her son Josh back to health by providing him with excellent nutrition and researching anything and everything she could in regards to a traumatic brain injury. Seeing the progress he has made is amazing. She is an inspiration to me and many in our community. Everything that Teresa touches turns to gold. Teresa would be an asset in any situation but, when it comes to Brain Injury, I couldn’t imagine a better advocate for the cause of brain prevention, education and awareness. I am happy to give Teresa Morros my wholehearted endorsement.
The more awareness we have about people with brain injuries, the more understanding and compassion people have, the more involved survivors can be in the community, like volunteering, attending social functions, having sustainable jobs, and much more confidence in their lives. They would be more eager to live a healthier life with proper nutrition and exercise, which would give them more joy and fulfillment in their lives. I know these methods work, because, I, Josh Morros, am a survivor.
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