Self-management is a program designed and available for survivors of a traumatic brain injury (TBI) who want to invest time in improving their skills in specific areas that can be challenging after a brain injury.
BIAC Advisors will work one-on-one with each participant to assess their strengths and weaknesses, identify natural supports in their life, and develop strategies for building specific skills with the goal of greater self-sufficiency.
During this six-month program, participants will meet with their Advisor for an average of 4 hours per month to work on skill-building.
Participants will have regular homework outside of meetings with their Advisor which will be reviewed each time they meet.
Participants must be 16 years or older.
Areas of focus for Self-management*:
*Participants can identify up to 3 specific tasks listed below which they would like to work on during the six months in services
- Social / Emotional Skills
- Decision Making
- Filing Paperwork
- Creating & Prioritizing To-Do Lists
- Meal Planning
- Using a Calendar
- Job Search
- Resumes and Applications
- Preparing for the Workplace
How to apply:
- If you are a survivor interested in participating in the Self-management Program, please contact our Resource Navigation staff to request an application: firstname.lastname@example.org or (303) 355-9969.