Peak Pro App~ Fun and challenging! $37.93 per year from your app store.
CDM~Great for for socializing, doing Zoom every weekday at the moment. They play games, sing, do art projects (supplies are delivered to you) and when it is in person they give each client a free Cvan bus pass. Website: cdmcaregiving.org 360-896-9695 Email: email@example.com
Comcast Affordable High Speed Internet~ $9.95 a month!!
www.Internetessentials.com. SSI/medicaid/Housing Assistance qualify. They also have low cost computers.
OT Lifestyle Solutions~ A great Facebook page by Occupational Therapist Sue Doyle. She always posts great ideas and info on Stroke Rehabilitation, Home Safety & Accessibility Evaluations, Fall Prevention and of course Occupation Therapy. She also has her own business. 360-723-5145. http://www.otlifestylesolutions.com/
Sitting Tai Chi & Gentle Exercises~ DianeToland@aol.com. 360-953-0399.
The Aphasia Network~ Lots of programs! Aphasia Camp at Camp Mc Gruger in Rockaway, OR is especially popular. Contact Suzanne Gardner
503-577-1282, firstname.lastname@example.org or the website www.aphasianetwork.org.
Northwest Brain Network~ Lets you know about The Backstrokes and NUMEROUS other speakers and information. https://www.nwbrain.network/. Zoom Backstrokes is at 11:00 Mondays and speakers are at various times.
SATBIL Magazine~ Lots of information and stories by stroke and brain injury people. SATBILMagazine@gmail.com
Loving Them Forward~ A fantastic local organization that has vetted businesses to help with just about anything you can think of! Christina Keys at email@example.com or https://lovingthemforward.org
Brain Injury Connections-NW (BIC-NW)~A Portland organization that provides lots of local info. firstname.lastname@example.org
A FaceBook Group Called: Stroke Caregiving “Wives” Only
A Caring Closet~ An excellent place to get used durable medical equipment for free! And also to donate to it as well. 360-258-0039
2700 NE Andresen Rd, D4, Vancouver, WA 98661. acaringcloset.org is their website.
Area Agency on Aging & Disabilities of SW Washington~ They offer a multitude of programs, most them need based but there are some that everyone can participate in. www.HelpingElders.org is an awesome site. Information & Assistance 360-694-8144. 201 NE 73rd St, Ste 201, Vancouver. email@example.com
C-Van~ For those who can’t drive. There is a form for you and your doctor to fill out. They will take you anywhere within their boundaries. It doesn’t have to be medical but you do have contact them ahead of time. The cost per ride is $1.80, for each direction. Not need based but you have to be a certain distance from a bus stop. www.c.tran.com 360-695-0123.
Brain Injury Alliance of Washington~ biawa.org
AMERICAN STROKE ASSOCIATION~ stroke.org
Post Concussion Syndrome~ A Facebook Group
Kailey Cox’s LIFE AFTER STROKE: EDUCATION & CONNECTION
2nd Tuesday of each month from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Register by emailing: LIFEAFTERSTROKE@providence.org~ A Zoom Meeting
Bri Fairley, M.S. CCC-SLP, President, Founder Atlas Aphasia Center
Website: www.atlasaphasia.org Phone: 206-256-1168 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ~ Offering Speech Therapy
Boomerang Therapy Works~ Excellent Physical Therapy! NEW LOCATION! 4201 NE 66th Ave, Suite 104, Vancouver, WA 98661. Just North of the SR 500 & NE Andresen Rd interchange. 360-258-1637. email@example.com. http.//boomerangtherapyworks.com/