Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado

Self Advocacy for Independent Life – SAIL

SAIL (Self Advocacy, Independent Living) Students | disAbilityNavigator

The Self Advocacy for Independent Life (SAIL) program aims to empower  individuals with the beliefs, knowledge, and skills to advocate for their needs and  wishes after BI. SAIL was developed for both individuals living with brain  injury (BI) who advocate for themselves, and family members who  advocate for/with them.

SAIL is an evidence-based intervention. A randomized controlled study investigated a multiple session small group intervention for individuals living  with BI and found SAIL to be efficacious for improving self-efficacy and  satisfaction with life. (Hawley, et. al, 2021) This study found that sustaining  these gains requires ongoing support and encouragement. 

Participants will be sent a workbook to follow along with

Date & Time:
12 session program

every other week starting January 18th – June 7th; 2:00pm – 3:00pm

Location:
Virtual with the Zoom app

Who:
Adults age 18 and older

Cost:
There is no cost for this class but registration is required as class size is limited

Questions?
Contact Michael Zavala – 720-907-1455 or michael@biacolorado.org

RSVP Below for the SAIL Class

    Registrations are taken as first-come-first-served. Maximum of 10 participants per class. If you register for a class, you are committing to attend. This class will be held virtually through the Zoom app. A link will sent to you after registration and a workbook sent to your house with provided address.
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