A Story About Nia Helping Brain Injury Survivors at Jodi House in Santa Barbara, California

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Date Added: August 30, 2010

By: Carmen Finn  |  August 31, 2010

The letter below is from Carmen Finn, who had been given a 3 percent chance to survive by her doctors at UCLA. She is currently taking Nia classes at Jodi House, and says, “We at Jodi House are grateful for Nia… Our classes are terrific and challenging.”

About Jodi House:

Since 1982, Jodi House has been helping survivors and their families cope with life after brain injury. Jodi House is a nonprofit, community-based, day-habilitation program based on the Clubhouse Model. This means that Jodi House has members, rather than clients or patients. Members, volunteers, and staff work collaboratively to make Jodi House a safe, nurturing resource for brain injury survivors. Membership is free to adults with brain injuries who meet membership criteria. Call (805) 563-2882 for more information.
 

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