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News September 2012

"Brendan House" Golf Outing September 25th, 2012

Posted On: September 25, 2012

"Brendan House" Golf Outing September 25th, 2012: 8:00AM-Registration, Breakfast..10:00AM-Shot Gun Start.. 3:30PM-19th Hole BBQ & Cocktails (BBQ only price $75p/p). Join us for our First Annual Golf Outing to benefit the "Brendan House" community project. All money raised will go toward the necessary renovations for the home. Help us reach our goal of $200,000 to complete the project. Click Here to print event form.

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New Beginnings... Miracles Happen Here... with Biodex

Posted On: September 20, 2012

New Beginnings... Miracles Happen Here... with Biodex: High Tech Rehab equipment from Biodex Medical Systems Inc. and determination pays off for TBI and Stroke Survivors at New Beginnings Community Center for Brain Injury Rehabilitation, Medford, NY. Watch Video

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Press Release For Immediate Release

Posted On: September 07, 2012

Press Release For Immediate Release: Family Residences and Essential Enterprises (FREE) Announces Collaboration with New Beginnings to Offer Structured Day Program Serving Individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). Read complete press release.

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Behind each TBI patient there is a family in shock, confused and not knowing which way to turn

Posted On: September 05, 2012

Behind each TBI patient there is a family in shock, confused and not knowing which way to turn: This video shows that knowledge is power and where there is help there is hope. TBI is a long journey but being involved and part of your loved one's everyday recovery is not only a healing process for them but for you as well. Remember you're never alone. View the new video.

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