So many of our participants have such incredible stories about their journey and what this group means to them that we decided we needed a special area to share them. We are always amazed at the depth of courage, strength, and perseverance of our participants. Although none have traveled an easy road, their stories are often full of hope and inspiration while their resolve is crystal clear… never, ever, give up! If you have a story to share please send it along, we would love to hear from you!
“Believing a solution paves the way to solution.”
A favorite inspirational quote of mine is: “Be thankful for what you have; you’ll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don’t have, you will never, ever have enough.” – Oprah Winfrey
I am now coming up with different job interests that are suitable for my strengths and challenges.
My name is Yvette Fontaine and I have had a brain injury since shortly after birth caused by meningitis.
I think we could all learn something from Elliot. I believe his story amplifies the comeback and the drive we all possess deep within ourselves.
Even though being the only member of my family with a brain injury is hard at times, I try to express myself in art and music.
By keeping in shape, I was able to do my first 5K ever this year at the Rock & Roll Marathon.
The reason why I personally get involved with We’re Moving Forward! is because I need to be a part of something bigger
It’s funny how the strangest things bring people together. Evie had acquired a brain injury from a tumor in 2000 and Kuna received a Traumatic Bain Injury from a motorcycle accident in 2006. We both received treatment when it occurred. Both of us being in our 20’s,...
Hi, my name is Daniel Cruz and I am 28 years old. I was born and raised in Hawaii on the island of Oahu. When I was eleven years old I somehow contracted viral encephalitis. I was in Intensive Care for a month and in the hospital for another month and then in a...
“Now” — a poem by Jen Ayers
Meet Goob West—I am a fifteen (15) year survivor of severe traumatic brain injury. The recovery has been a complete uphill battle. “How long was my recovery?” you might ask. I will answer that question when it is over with. I will always be in the recovery process. I...