Craig J. Phillips MRC, BA
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Looking for an authority on addressing, handling and overcoming adversity?
Looking for a resource on strategies, mindsets and methodologies to encourage, motivate and empower individuals who have mental, emotional, and physical challenges?
Looking for an authority on resilience and how to navigate the system to empower the individual?
Looking for someone who has worked for the system as a masters level rehabilitation counselor and now is a participant in the system — who understands both sides of the system? –
Journalists, Radio Show Host, TV Producers, or Bloggers, do you also need a guest who is…
* very aware that you are under a deadline and will get back to you quickly?
* able to capture your listener’s attention and inspires callers to phone in?
* quick on his feet and able to adroitly adjust regardless of the topic?
* able to inspire your audience to live life on life’s terms regardless of the present circumstances?
* an entertaining and informative guest with public speaking and radio experience?
* happy to “play” off the interviewer while engaging the audience?
Look no further. I am available to be of service to you.
Below is a sampling of what I can offer to you.
On March 18, 2009 Gil Gross of ABC Radio San Francisco KGO AM 810 interviewed me on the topic of traumatic brain injury and living with an invisible disability. I can be listened to during the 16 -20 minute segment of the hour long program. To listen to the interview click hear and then click on Play.
Guest on Brain Injury Radio Program on September 27, 2010 — “Help I am stuck inside myself”. Click on Help I am stuck inside myself and you will be taken to the station where you can listen to the program. Simply click on the play button and after listening to a short advertisement the host — Craig Sicilia creator of the TBI Survivors Network –- will begin the program. As you listen to the program and questions arise, please do not hesitate to contact me – Contact Information. Thank you.
Guest on Brain Injury Radio Program on October 25, 2010 – “Isolation — The Lonely Journey”. Click on Isolation — The Lonely Journey and you will be taken to the station where you can listen to the program. After listening to a short advertisement the host — Craig Sicilia creator of the TBI Survivors Network – will begin the program. As you listen to the program and questions arise, please do not hesitate to contact me – Contact Information. Thank you.
On April 18, 2011 I appeared as a guest speaker on the Brain Injury Radio. I spoke for approximately 20 minutes on the topic of “Advocacy — Making it Work for You“. To listen to the program please click on the following link Advocacy — Making it Work for You and you will be taken to the station where you can listen to the program. After listening to an advertisement the host — Kevin Phillips (no relation to me) – will begin the program. Following Kevin’s interview with Nina Hirsch — a strong advocate for people with disabilities and for veterans with living brain injuries in Florida — Kevin interviews me. Kevin’s interview of me begins at the 30 minutes mark of the 60 minute program.
On May 30, 2011 I contributed to the discussion, “Using Creativity to Heal” on Brain Injury Radio Program which was hosted by Lee Carlson. To listen to the radio program click on “Using Creativity to Heal”. After listening to a brief advertisement, the program will begin. My contribution to the radio program begins at the 39:15 minute mark of the program and ends close to the 45 minute mark of the program. As you listen to the program and have questions, please ask. All questions are good questions.
On September 9, 2011 Vicki Kind of Kind Ethics. Viki Kind is a clinical bioethicist, medical educator and hospice volunteer interviewed me on her Blog talk Radio Program — Kind Ethics in Life – under the title of Craig J. Phillips, “Living Again after a Brain Injury”. My 30 minute interview with Vicki can be listened to on her blog talk radio program by clicking hear.
Second Chance to Live Craig J. Phillips was interviewed by Don Crosby of Sound Behavior at New Life 91.9 Christian talk radio –WRCM on August 11, 2011. The interview was broadcast on Family Talk Sirius XM Satellite Radio Sirius 131 / XM131 on Saturday September 10, 2011 at 4 pm and on AM 960 / AM 980 / FM 105.7 on Saturday September 10, 2011 at 11 pm. The interview was also broadcast on the AM and FM channels on September 11, 2011 at different times. To listen to the 30 minute interview, please click hear.
On December 12, 2011 I contributed to the discussion on the Brain Injury Radio Program — Are you playing games? which was hosted by Nichole Dee. To listen to the radio program please click on this link Are you playing games? After listening to a brief advertisement, the program will begin. My contribution to the radio program begins at the 14:04 minute mark and ends at the 22:22 minute mark of the radio program. As you listen to the program and have questions, please ask. All questions are good questions.
On January 24, 2012 I was fortunate to be a guest on a radio program. I want to share my experience with you.The radio program Brain Injury Radio with Host Lee Carlson. The name of the program that was aired last evening was called – The Secret Show. To listen to the radio program please click here: The Secret Show. After listening to a brief advertisement the radio program will begin. The program lasts for 60 minutes. The portion of the program in which I participated begins at the 32:15 minute mark of the program and ends at the 43:00 minute mark of the program. I spoke to the topic of building self-confidence.
Last evening I had the opportunity to be interviewed on Rockland World Radio by Daniel Windheim. The program, Dialogues with Dan aired between 6:30 and 7:00 pm on May 8th, 2012. To listen to the interview, please click on the following link Dialogues with Dan and then click on the play button besides Craig Phillips, TBI Survivor; Creator and Author of Second Chance to Live. To listen to the interview and the radio program, you may need to turn your speakers to high volume.
On February 10, 2012 Second Chance to Live appeared on the Rose Moore Radio Program on AllTalkRadio.net. The radio program lasts for approximately 45 minutes and begins after an advertisement and an introductory program song. To listen to the Radio Program — as hosted by Rick Moore — please click on the following link: Rose Moore Radio Program with Craig Phillips. Please turn up the volume on your speakers to listen to the radio program my friend. Thank you. As you listen to the program and questions come to mind, please write those questions down and send them to me. All questions are good questions. If you would like to leave a comment, I would love to hear from you.
PUBLICATIONS AND HONORS
Second Chance to Live has been published within:
Growth Point, social and therapeutic journal, Summer Edition 2007, Thrive, The Geoffrey Udall Centre, Beech Hill Reading RG7 2AT email firstname.lastname@example.org My Journey thus Far
Brain Injury Association of Texas newsletter, Summer Edition 2007, Austin, Texas email email@example.com, My Journey thus Far
In Touch, newsletter, Summer Edition 2007, Westminster, Colorado, email Elaine@ImAlreadyHome.com
The Brain Injury Handbook, Rehab UK, September 2007, 62a, Peach Street Wokingham Berkshire, RG40 1XH email firstname.lastname@example.org
Transformation Times, October and November issues. Transformation Times is a mini-magazine, serving men and women of the armed services and their families and is published by Operation Life Transformed. My articles are listed under , Traumatic Brain Injury and Activities of Daily Living with in the mini-magazine. You can access the mini-magazine through http://lifetransformed.org/Documents/Oct_T_times_final_(3)%5B1%5D.pdf . Operation Life Transformed can be contacted through email@example.com
European Brain Injury Society, E.B.I.S Newsletter Automne 2007 http://www.ebissociety.org/automn/newsletter-angl.htm/ Rue de Londres, 17 – 1050 Bruxelles – Belgique My Journey thus Far
Brain Injury Association of Niagara, Newsletter January 2008 http://www.niagara.com/bian/default.htm , Traumatic Brain Injury and Displaced Energy
Virginia Commonwealth University’s Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Neuropsychology http://www.tbi.pmr.vcu.edu/ , My Journey thus Far, TBI Today Volume 6 Issue I — winter 2008 issue News, Ideas and Resources from the Virginia TBI Model System
Synapse — The Official Journal of the Brain Injury Associations of Australia — Winter 2008 Quarterly Edition ISSN 1448-9856 http://www.braininjury.org.au , Traumatic Brain Injury and Life
Synapse — The Official Journal of the Brain Injury Associations of Queensland – Spring 2008 Quarterly Edition ISSN 1448-9856 http://www.braininjury.org.au/, http://www.synapse.org.au/ Traumatic Brain Injury and Transition.
Synapse — The Official Journal of the Brain Injury Associations of Australia — Summer 2008 Quarterly Edition http://www.braininjury.org.au/, http://www.synapse.org.au/ Traumatic Brain Injury and Denial — My Perspective as a TBI Survivor.
The Brain Injury Handbook* *Rehab UK,* Section 7_ * December 2008*,Useful Contacts and Resource, 62a, Peach Street Wokingham Berkshire, RG40 1XH email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Brain Injury Association of Canada, July 27, 2009 as posted by web sites Administration:Service
Synapse — The Official Journal of the Brain Injury Associations of Australia — September 2009 Quarterly Edition, http://www.braininjury.org.au , http://www.synapse.org.au/Traumatic Brain Injury and Limitations.
ARNA — The Official Journal of the Australasian Rehabilitation Nurses’ Association, May 2010 EditionVolume 13 Number 1 2010 Page 9-10 To Empower Nurses is to Empower Their Patients http://www.arna.com.au
Second Chance to Live and the Australasian Rehabilitation Nurses Association. Click here.
Second Chance to Live and the University of Hawaii. Click here.
Second Chance to Live and Intute — United Kingdom. Click here.
Second Chance to Live and the European Brain Injury Society. Click here.
Second Chance to Live and the Brain Injury Association of New Zealand. Click here.
Second Chance to Live and the Brain Injury Association of Australia. Click here.
Brain Injury Association of Canada features Second Chance to Live. Click here.
Second Chance to Live — Selected Site Meter.com Featured Site of August 2008. Click here.
May 27, 2010 3:40 pm
Craig’s work on Second Chance to Live is a lifeline for those living with traumatic brain injury, as a survivor or a loved one.
Craig is gifted and prolific. What stands out the most, for me, is that the articles are short and to the point. Reading long essays is challenging for me, but the articles at Second Chance to Live are manageable and the content is easy to follow and understand.
So far, after following Craig’s writings through a Twitter feed, for a couple of months, I have learned a great deal about brain injury and I find it comforting to know that someone else understands me, and what I’m going through, on a daily basis.
I highly recommend following Craig’s writings on Second Chance to Live – he is an asset to TBI on the Internet. Thank you Craig.
March 22, 2010 12:15:38 PM
I wish I had Second Chance to Live to read after my brain injury 33 years ago (December 31, 1976). Your words and insights are doing a great service by helping people with brain injuries and their families better understand many of the issues we live with on a daily basis. As many of us who live with a brain injury know there is no silver bullet or magic pill that will make things better – QUICK.
Our recovery is a slow process and Second Chance To Live makes this process a little easier. Second Chance to Live is a great tool for those of us who provide Peer Counseling to others with brain injuries. Your efforts also offer hope and hope is something we all need as we go through this process.
Hope is something that gets stripped away over time and without hope it makes the process of recovery harder and more complicated than it needs to be.
Thanks Second Chance to Live for providing hope!
Keep up the excellent work you have undertaken on this journey of helping to educate “all of us” about brain injury.
Ken Collins, Program Manager
San Juan Center for Independence
Gallup, New Mexico
I had a TBI on 9/16/07, as the result of a car accident. I was airlifted to a hospital and my broken bones were repaired there. Several other body parts required medical attention and after coming out of my coma I was transferred to a nursing home/rehab facility. I wasn’t made aware of my TBI until two and a half months after the fact. I knew that I wasn’t “right” but I didn’t know why. I spoke slowly and had trouble putting my words together among a multitude of other thoughts, behaviors and physical changes that I’d not experienced before. I’d always thought that the saying “Of all the things I’ve lost, I miss my mind the most” was funny. It was no longer funny to me, it was too true of me! I’d re-learned how to eat, walk, and talk. Now it was time to really use my head. Somebody had brought my laptop computer to my room. “The old me” used to read and write a lot on my laptop. After months of not using my computer and having memory problems, I found that I had a great deal of difficulty just trying to remember stuff like my user names and passwords. It was then that I realized that I had to start all over. After I rediscovered the benefits my computer had provided, I knew that I had to learn more about brain injury. Family and friends made a point of saying that I was given a second chance to live. I then learned about brain injuries and came across the Second Chance To Live website. I had finally found what I didn’t know existed; a candid website written by a brain injury survivor. Craig’s honesty and candor and insights have kept me grounded. I believe that God blessed me in a very personal way by letting me be exposed to a real life guy with a BI(Craig) that experiences hardships, successes, disappointments, self-doubt and self-discovery in everyday life. Craig’s personal stories provide insight for living every day life. Thank you for using your giftedness to help me.
I came across Second Chance To Live as I was researching for a link regarding the “identified patient.” I was writing a blog regarding my own journey and recovery from neglect, and spiritual/emotional/verbal trauma and abuse; thus my search for a link. I wanted a link that was heartfelt, validating, informational, and empowering. I found several links and looked them over. One of Craig’s web post deeply resonated with me and I picked that particular article as the reference link on my blog. At the time, I also read other articles on Second Chance To Live. Shortly thereafter I met Craig via email and we have exchanged correspondence on and off. His correspondence has been genuine, respectful, down-to-earth, and inspiring.
I am not challenged with a traumatic brain injury, yet Craig’s sharings are helpful for trauma across the board; not only traumatic brain injury. I find his approach and empathy, mixed with responsibility and valuable tools to help a sufferer learn to live again, empowering. I refer to his sharings from time to time to assist me in my own continued journey of re-discovery of life.
With deep gratitude and hope,
Carol Welch 2009 /10 /11 10:51 pm
Sometimes when we least expect it, we are blessed to cross paths with an authentic being who has the ability to leave a lasting deposit of love in our hearts as well as in our lives. Craig Phillips is such a person. Like many others who have written, I have had several brain injuries and complex PTSD. One day I found Craig in my email..I do not know how he got there…neither did he. Divine intervention I suspect. I was fighting for my life. My will to live was gone to the point where I had experienced a full life review while in a state of deep prayer. Craig directed me to his writings and reading them helped me. Then he started writing to me every couple of days. A joy. Over the past six months more of my soul essence has returned, and I am starting to feel better. Craig gently confronts me when my thinking is distorted…and reminds me who and what I truly am..because I forgot…His peaceful spirit,unconditional love and compassion have played a huge role in my ongoing healing…I am no longer hopeless or helpless. I even laugh occasionally. Craig is a blessing to me, and to all who connect with him. The essence of holiness is love. Craig embodies love. When you have been blessed by Craig, be prepared..your life might just change. Mine has.
Lea Strongheart 2009 /5/28 11:00 pm
Craig has truly taken his second chance and made it a model for living with purpose. He is living with the essence of empowerment – embracing circumstance and creating from it a life which is not less but, more than it ever would have been.
I founded Dreams for Kids 20 year ago as a place for youth to be empowered and to live a life of infinite possibilities. There are those who seem compelled to remind us what we have lost and what we cannot do. Craig reminds us that life is lived in the moment with the gifts we are given and the opportunities which are ever present. His principles of acceptance and empowerment are text book examples of how to live a full live. In making each day a good day, you have made your life a good life Craig, and quite an extraordinary one.
Tom Tuohy 2009/4/10 4:14 pm
Dreams for Kids
I have only known Craig for a little a short time, but from the life experiences he has posted, he has a great attitude. Living with a disability is not always easy (I should know I have Spina Bifida), but Craig chooses to take the negative and turn it around to empower himself and others. I have added his blog to my own website, Empowering Jews With Disabilities. His message crosses all boundaries and religious beliefs. My life, and my friend’s lives that I have made through my own website are enriched by his online presence. He brings a voice to TBI that no one else does.
Marlee Kivens 2009/3/25 at 11:55 am
Empowering Jews With Disabilities
My name is Jenny and I suffered a serious closed head injury in December 2004 when the car that I was driving hit a tree. I was unconscious when they found me and I wasn’t expected to survive the night. I spent 9 months in a rehabilitation hospital learning how to walk, talk, swallow & eat & use my fine motor skills again. 4 years later and I’m much better than I was, but I’m still not there yet.
Talk about a challenge!
I live in the small town of Batemans Bay which is in Australia. Batemans Bay is about 5 hours down the coast from Sydney in New South Wales and I felt totally alone until I found Second Chance to Live.
Almost 4 years into my new life as a brain injured soul a social worker gave me the link to Second Chance to Live.
This is the best and most personal site that I’ve ever come across and I wish to applaud the creator (Craig J Phillips) for his tireless efforts in creating articles and offering unconditional support and encouragement to anyone involved in some way with a brain injury.
There is no particular story that stands out to me as I quite often find myself agreeing with what he says. He has a way of articulating what many BI survivors are thinking.
Craig (the creator) did say one thing that has made a huge difference in the way in which I live my life though. That statement will always stay with me. He said “life is for living, not merely surviving”. When I read that statement I realized that in the 4 years since my accident I had been hiding away from the world and just surviving, when I needed to be out there living my new life. I have been doing just that ever since and it has made a big difference to how I feel about my life.
His words of encouragement and first hand experience have helped me enormously, so thank you for creating this site offering encouragement. Many people would feel “doomed” and think that the best of their life is over (I know that I once did), but you encourage people to make the most of their deficits/limitations and to use them as best they can to create a fantastic new life.
Thank you Craig.
He inspires me to remember that having a brain injury just makes me different and that I need to accept who I am and create a wonderful life for myself based on my capabilities.
Craig suffered a brain injury over 40 years ago, so he has lots and lots of practical experience.
He is more than happy to give unconditional support and encouragement, and I’ve found his articles to be a valuable reminder that I’m a special & unique person.
I urge you to tell people about this site as it is by far the best brain injury site that I’ve ever encountered.
Thanks Craig for creating Second Chance to Live.
Jen 2009 /2/15 at 6:58 pm
Lori aka: RisibleGirl
This guy is simply awesome
I found my way to the “Second Chance to Live” site while doing searches on traumatic brain injury. The author of the site, Craig J. Phillips, is nothing short of an inspiration to me.
I think that anyone can benefit from his posts, whether it’s someone with TBI or another chronic illness. It is not an exaggeration to say that I always take time to savor what I’ve just read after reading one of his latest posts.
I especially appreciate that he knows what having TBI is like and oftentimes his posts are something that I really needed to read right at that moment.
As I previously wrote- even if you don’t have TBI, I think anyone can benefit from his posts. He’s somehow able show me rainbows while acknowledging the dark clouds. I can’t think of any other way to describe it.
That’s an awesome gift.
What a great inspiration for people everywhere to keep trying even though life may not be easy or what they want. I had something similar called ocular kerotitis and lost the vision completely in one eye and partially in the other due to a sulfa drug reaction. The doctors weren’t sure if I would get my vision back partially or completely. It is enough on top of the already difficult day to day living to know that God is putting more on your plate. It is definitely how you as an individual choose to deal with it and any other situation life throws at you. Will you fall and not be able to go on or is just another part of life? I recovered completely and take it not only as a learning experience but also a wake up to be appreciative of my vision and the world I can see around me. Craig is incredible at drawing the best out of any terrible situation. It is part of life, so accept it and move on the best you can. Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us!
From Living Life on Life’s Terms and Winning, 2008/09/05 at 4:20 PM
thanks Craig, i read a couple more of your articles (it may take me a little time to get through them all) i still feel sad and a bit alone but knowing that some one out there ‘gets it’ and more importantly ‘gets me’ helps a whole lot more than you may realise and now i’m crying AGAIN. thank you for your encouragement, you are a special person
From The Measure of a Champion, 2008/03/04 at 9:52 PM
Hi Craig, Jan here.
From what I have read on your site so far, you do much more than motivate, encourage and empower your readers.
In my eyes, you are more like the Beacon of Light emitting from a Lighthouse, beaming in the darkness, to show the way to those of us who feel lost in the sea of uncertainty….
I thank you, for shining out to me… Jan
Sandy Caudell said
I stumbled on the “Second Chance to Live” website in the course of searching for links that would benefit the stroke and TBI survivors that visit our site at the Aphasia Hope Foundation. I was blessed by reading this site! Craig Phillips, Creator and Author of Second Chance to Live has a message for all people, those who have suffered by traumatic and life-changing events and for those that care for or about those who have suffered in this way. Truly his message is a universal one. I highly recommend this site!
Brain Injury Association of Niagara
Normandy Resource Centre, 111 Church Street
St. Catharines, Ontario L2R 3C9
Phone: 905 984-5058 Fax: 905 984-5354
Website: niagara.com/bian Email: email@example.com
September 4, 2008
Craig J. Phillips
Subject: Second Chance to Live
As program director for The Brain Injury Association of Niagara, one of my responsibilities is to serve as facilitator for the peer groups for individuals who have sustained an acquired brain injury.
We appreciate your expressed consent to allow us to share a selection of the articles in your Second Chance to Live blog with our participants.
Craig you personify not only what it is like for individuals who have sustained brain injury, but more importantly, to strive to be the best you can be, and make the most of your talents and gifts that you so generously share through the process of reciprocity…….by giving back so others may learn………families, caregivers, and especially providing enlightenment for those individuals who have sustained brain injury, who may identify, learn and gain wisdom from your insightful writing. It is important for us to promote awareness about brain injury as this does not resonate with the general public, unless it has touched their lives on a personal basis, as opposed to the topic of cancer, or diabetes for example.
You serve as a beacon to show the way……….reminding us that we do have control over the choices that we make…how we choose to act as oppose to react, maintaining a positive attitude and “by” not being limited by our circumstances or situation but encouraging us to look at our possibilities. Living life one day at a time and applying these strategies become an integral component in order for us to continue to moving forward in our personal journey post injury and that there is life after brain injury with many possibilities yet to unfold.
Your inspirational blog provides opportunities for others to abstract and apply some of these positive messages in their daily lives, and we hope that you will continue to share your messages of hope and encouragement by inspiring others to strive to new levels of achievement by turning adversity into opportunity! While we cannot change the direction of the wind, we can adjust our sails to meet the winds of change. Craig you remind us that those who weather change best are those who choose to embrace and adapt to it. Your inspirational messages continue to inspire others to chart their own course.
Kindest personal regards,
Pat Dracup, Program Director
Hinds Feet Farm
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 2842, Street Address: 14625 Black Farms Road Huntersville, NC, 28070-2842 Office (704) 992-1424 Fax (704) 992-1423 http://www.HindsFeetFarm.org
To Whom It May Concern:
This open letter endorses the powerful message Mr. Craig Phillips, MRC, BA, eloquently writes about as creator and author of the website, Second Chance to Live, (http://secondchancetolive.wordpress.com/), and speaks about as an advocate and motivational speaker for people living with brain injury. Hinds’ Feet Farm is thankful that Mr. Phillips is part of our innovative, post-rehabilitation, community-based, day program as a contributing educator to our community.
The Hinds’ Feet Farm Day Program is a paradigm shift from the traditional medical, treatment, model for people living with brain injury, to a model that embraces a holistic health and wellness orientation, empowering members toward occupation and meaning in life post injury. Hinds’ Feet Farm is a person-centered, member empowered, self-determined, free choice, conceptualized and driven program. Members are self governing through the fluidity of the program by self-designing opportunities to engage in reestablishing and empowering occupation. Program staff, family and professional caregivers, in-kind community volunteers and student interns are guides for members in opportunities for exploration, discovery, confidence and self-esteem in their new identity and meaning in life post-injury.
Hinds’ Feet Farm initially invited Mr. Phillips to be a one time, guest speaker at our program. However, after hearing his message of hope and inspiration, members of our brain injury community wanted to hear more of how they too could embrace a second chance to live. With the driving force of triumph and celebration of the human spirit post brain injury, Mr. Phillips joins us monthly to share his life’s wisdom. Mr. Phillips’ is a peer mentor and life coach cheering our members on towards greater life fulfillment.
Mr. Phillips has a unique role in the local brain injury community of North Carolina and internationally, as a person living with a brain injury and as a professional in the rehabilitation counseling field. He knows first hand the brain injury continuum of care both as a survivor, and as a “thrivor”. My Phillips experience, strength and hope as a traumatic brain injury survivor and a masters level rehabilitation counselor enables him to immediately identify with both survivors and professionals simultaneously.
Mr. Phillips tailors each of his monthly session to our community’s needs and based on his blog postings, such as The Flight of the Butterfly, Traumatic Brain Injury and Isolation, What is my Destiny?. Mr. Phillips invites the members of our brain injury community toward a greater quality of life and their own second chance to live through well formatted presentations, opportunities for introspection to rediscovering one’s mission and vision in life through meaning and purpose, employing professional counseling skills, harnessing the power of group dynamics and process. Ever sensitive to and conscientious of his audience, Mr. Phillips welcomes the immediacy of feedback and lively dialogue. Mr. Phillips’ heartfelt message is masterfully crafted, awakens his audience to “carpe diem,” to pursue our dreams, and to live life to the fullest.
Hinds’ Feet Farm endorses and appreciates Mr. Phillips’ message that invites and empowers persons living with brain injury toward their own health and balance in their life journey. We are thankful for our reciprocal relationship with Mr. Phillips. Thank you Craig!
Please feel free to contact me if I can be of further assistance.
Martin B. Foil III, CBIS
William P. DeGrauw, MS, CRC, CCM, CBIS
Day Program Director