If you would like to take part in one of our upcoming meetings, please contact your AHIF Resource Coordinator for more information or e-mail email@example.com.
February 23rd - 1:00 p.m. - Brain Injury Awareness Month and Community Awareness
February 25th - 1:00 p.m. - Sources of Strength Session Five with Auburn School of Social Work
March 2nd - 1:00 p.m. - Brain Injury Awareness Month and Community Awareness
March 4th - 1:00 p.m. - Sources of Strength Session Six with Auburn School of Social Work
March 8th - 6:30 p.m. - AHIF Karaoke Night!
March 10th - 1:00 p.m. - Sources of Strength Session Seven with Auburn School of Social Work
For more information on our support groups, please click here!
AHIF Program Director Amy Eng and Executive Director Scott Powell took part in the third edition of their Pictionary Grudge Match, after Scott came out of his long Pictionary Retirement to try to finally beat Amy. His team fell 36-31, bring the third straight humiliating defeat in this "rivalry" that can hardly be called a rivalry.
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Due to COVID-19, several fundraisers and other revenue sources for AHIF has been affected...but the need for our services has never been stronger. Please consider clicking above to make a gift in support of AHIF. Thank you!
Through our "Help Us Do More With 84" Campaign, generous supporters are helping AHIF by sponsoring one (or more) of the 750-800 traumatic brain injury survivors AHIF serves each year. These supporters have joined our "Brain Trust" by becoming monthly donors, giving $84 each year to sponsor 1 TBI survivor. To learn more, click the green box above.
COVID-19 Statement: After thoughtful consideration and deliberation, AHIF has determined it is in the best interests of the safety of our clients, caregivers, volunteers and staff to keep all support groups on-line for the foreseeable future.
AHIF's First Zoom Karaoke Night Coming March 8th!
Wreath Making Art in Zoom Support Group
AHIF partnered with Brook McGinnis from the Wiregrass Museum of Art who led participants in an art activity to make beautiful holiday wreaths!
AHIF uses lessons from COVID-19 to restructure its staff and approach to service delivery
COVID-19 has caused all of us to look at how we do things; change the way we think about things; and many of these changes will stay with us long after COVID-19 has passed. AHIF is no exception. We have learned so much about our ability to reach our clients using technology, what our clients and caregivers desire from us, and we have changed our structure to reflect these lessons we have learned. To see our new staff make-up, please click here.
AHIF Partners with universities across the state to provide on-line programs this Fall
With the cancelation of our Bright Ideas TBI Camps due to COVID-19, AHIF has partnered with our university partners to offer an array of on-line sessions this fall. For more information, please click here!