Kim & Karen 2 Soul Sisters

Kim & Karen 2 Soul Sisters

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Art & The Tallahassee Brain Injury Association

Hello! Well, this blog is a little bit of this and a little bit of I wanted to post on a workshop that I had done with 2 friends. We were asked by The Tallahassee Brain Injury Association to come and present a workshop in Orlando, Florida for clients at their annual Jamboree Family & Forum. So, without hesitation- we jumped at the chance!  Read below to learn a little more about BIAF. The artwork and experience from this trip and workshop were both amazing.  You can see for yourself with the photos. We did a self portrait printmaking project using acrylic paints. We used watercolors and masking fluid to create a fun resist work of art. As an art teacher, this workshop was so fulfilling to see the parents, clients and staff all interact together!

The mission of this Association is to improve the quality of life for persons with brain injury and their families by creating a better future through brain injury awareness, prevention, research, education, support services, and advocacy.
About BIAF
BIAF is a non-profit organization, founded in 1985 by the mother of a young man who sustained a traumatic brain injury from an automobile crash. It is an organization of individuals with brain injuries, their families, and professionals working to help people cope with the long term effects of brain injury.
BIAF is the official state association of the Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) in Alexandria, VA and as such is tied to a nationwide network.
The organization assists individuals with brain injuries, their families and professionals by providing:
• Statewide Information and Resource Center
• Education and Training
• Support Services
• Toll-free Help line
• Awareness and Prevention Programs
• Legislative Advocacy
All resources are provided free of charge to persons with brain injuries and their families who request information. Anyone who might benefit from our support services, educational materials, or other resource information is encouraged to participate in our organization.
Thanks for stopping by and please help spread the word about BIAF! xox Kim 1969

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