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Living Well with Brain Injury

What is "Living Well with Brain Injury?"

Living Well with Brain Injury is a special annual Craig Hospital event providing support, education and connection for Craig alumni, families and patients.


What happens during a Living Well event?

During the event, Craig staff, physicians and alumni present evidence-based information about living well after brain injury. Discussions and Q&A's are encouraged, and documentation and resources are shared with attendees.


How do I attend?

Participation is free, but you must register in advance for the event by clicking the "Register Here" button at the event page, which also features an event schedule and calendar, as well as links to related resources, documents and handouts.


How has COVID-19 impacted the Living Well event?

While the LW event is typically held in-person, due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, the 2021 event went virtual and was held via Zoom (in English and Spanish). It is yet to be determined if and how the pandemic will affect LW2022.


Where can I find LW-related materials?

You can find a list of Living Well with Brain Injury resources at the Craig Hospital Brain Injury Resource Library. Documentation and handouts from each LW event are available at the Living Well with Brain Injury Archives. To view information about each of the annual events (including available video), choose the year below:

2019 • 2020 • 2021 • 2022


Whom can I contact with LW-related comments or questions?

Send your message to TBI.Ed.Event@craighospital.org


The Living Well with Brain Injury events are funded in part by a grant from MINDSOURCE.