BY: HILARY PEARSON BIST’s April Community Meeting, Activities to Keep You Engaged during COVID-19 and Beyond, was hosted by BIST staff … More
BY: NATHALIN MOY To anyone who has had a concussion, I hope this reminder encourages you in these strange times: … More
BY: HILARY PEARSON One thing about this pandemic, there has been no shortage of creativity taking place online. Shot with … More
BY: HILARY PEARSON One thing most of us have learnt during this pandemic: germs can spread as far as six … More
We are THRILLED to introduce our new writer, Hilary Pearson, who will be writing re-caps about our Community Meetings. Thank … More
BY: SHANNON SCHILLING Everyone has felt stress. There is good stress, like being excited about an event, preparing for it, blocking … More
BY: JULIA RENAUD Dementia and Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) can result in slowed processing along with many other cognitive symptoms, leading to an increased vulnerability to financial abuse. Risk of financial exploitation can be further elevated if someone is grieving the loss of a loved one, living alone, and / or dealing with adverse health … Continue reading Financial Abuse, Dementia & Acquired Brain Injury (ABI): What’s the link?