Second Chance to Live and the Brain Injury Association of Canada
Posted by Second Chance to Live on July 29, 2009
Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live my friends. I am honored by your presence. On Tuesday July 27, 2009 I became aware of an honor given to Second Chance to Live. Because you are my friends, I wanted to share that honor with you.
Upon signing onto Second Chance to Live I discovered that the Brain Injury Association of Canada had made the decision to feature Second Chance to Live on their web site. As you might imagine, I was encouraged by the News.
With my awareness of the news, I look forward to being of service to the Canadians whose lives have been touched by a traumatic / acquired brain injury.
Consequently, please do not hesitate to let me know how I may be of service to you, your staff, your organization and to the individuals / families that you serve by using my Contact Page .
Thank you for your time.
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