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Our founder and CEO has a history of dealing with the challenges of Brain Trauma since a young child, and has seen throughout multiple generations the unjust treatment, of people living with challenges. Though there are multiple groups out there claiming to fight for disability rights. It sure does seem like, they are not doing a good enough job.
Living with a disability; whatever it may be, brings forth the greatest of all challenges, which is Mental Health Issues.
Today in the United States, the mental health industry is not capable or prepared to offer any help due to government restrictions. Conversing with a few mental health specialists, they have confirmed, their hands being tied, due to those restrictions. Leaving one to wonder why Mental Health institutions are allowed to remain open. <See the about us web page Our Story> To find out more about removing the word disability from human language.
Bethany our founder has involved herself in modeling school, cheerleading, drill team, flag line, dance, acting, choir and band in her school career. She is a published Poet, receiving Editors Choice Award, Song Lyricist, Author, Martial Artist, Crime Prevention Specialist, Community Leader, Dance Instructor, Actress, Board Moderator, Business Owner, and Production Editor at a prestigious Television Station, with some of her work featured in a community magazine, as well as her work with Advocacy and Public Speaking. Showing that she has a talent of connecting others to their passion and thirst for life, and is a real encouragement for them. Not only that but she has enough experience to be a leader.
Bethany's Moto's that she would like to carry forth into Brain Injury Productions purpose are:
There are doubtless many different languages in the world and NONE is without meaning. 1 Corinthians 14:10
Open your mouth for the mute, for the rights of all who are destitute.
Open your mouth, judge righteously, defend the rights of the poor and needy.Proverbs 31:8-9
Bethany Bromley knows how frustrating and overwhelming scouring the internet looking for the correct resources can become. Brain Injury Productions presence on the web will become a one stop place for looking up your state and country's resources to help you produce the correct outcome that you are looking for. Here is another volunteer opportunity. We need folks from all over the world to volunteer in this effort, contact us through the volunteer <contact us> sign up at the bottom of the page, or click on the speech bubble to speak with one of us. The contact section provides some more volunteer opportunities that we currently have, besides web page monitors, and as listed above folks from all over the world to help with disability resources.
This is a list of people that have contributed to the growth of Brain Injury Productions Inc. either through donations or sharing website and blog posts.
Ronda V. Jason C. Pat M. Mary W.
Sam B John B Koji G, Nathan R
Christy G. (12)
Buck S. (1) Gloria W. (1) David J. (8)
Molly W. (6) David G. (6) Shawn H. (1)
Marta C. (5) Jody B. (3) Melissa H. (1)
Dean T. (1) Anaperla A. (2) Walter H.(1) Lynn S. (2) Lydia G. , Pat W. ,Alan P. , Seiji G. , Nancy G. Elena A. ,Voni K. , Deanna O. , Vernon V. , Glen L. , Susan G. , Nathan R. ,Mary K. , Amanda & Anthony K. ,Mary C. , Mick J, Glenn S. , Kim J. , Leann W. , Peter & Ann C. ,Ron & Marion F. , James H. , Laurie M. , Annie R. , Ayla S. , Charles H. , John K. , Kyle H. , Lynn J. , Marliss L. , Myles M. , Susan A. , Suzie T. , Grand Canyon Resort, George C. , Felicia R. , David G. , Marty S. Tucson News 4 KVOA,
And a Special Thank You to:
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With all of us working together, we can accomplish great things. To volunteer or contribute to our future endeavors, send us a message. Some of the Volunteer opportunities are, people to help us with blogging, at both the brain injury productions blog, and the Love Letters to an ASPIE ( but to blog for the Love Letters blog, you must be a caretaker). We need story collectors, and content reviewers, and people that can help with word of mouth. As time goes by, there will be more positions