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The support Group coordinates regular meetings for survivors of acquired Brain Injury and their caregivers, and offer emotional support, stimulation and education about the topic.
It is a space where people can share their stories, express emotions and be listened in an environment of acceptation, comprehension and encouragement. Participants share information and resources. By helping one to another, the people in the support group grow and restore themselves. According to Donald Rosenstein, MD, Chief of the Psychiatric Consult Service in the National Institute of Health Clinical Center, a lot of evidence exists that support groups help
help to reduce the feelings of anxiety, depression and isolation.
Emotional help from group participation may improve stress, thus having a positive impact in health. Also they learn how to control symptoms, develop better capacities to overcome their condition and communicate with their doctors in an effective way. Families and caregivers
and caregivers assisting to support groups learn to be more comprehensive and solidary with their loved ones who are chronically sick. With time, all these benefits result in stress reduction and increased recovery level.
The Support group of the Luis Salazar Geigel Foundation started on March 2011 and continues its ascending and successful trajectory. Meetings takes place on the last Saturday of each month at 3pm in the Stella Maris Parish in Condado, San Juan. In many occasions, a professional in the health field are invited for a talk and to give orientation to the participants.
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