New Horizon

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NHE provides community supports designed to assist survivors of ABI, MH, and various disabilities. M

New Horizon Enterprises is an approved Provider for ABI l & ll, Mental Health Waivers and community based services for the State of CT, Department of Social Services (DSS). NHE provides highly individualized person centered supports designed to improve the lives of persons living with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI), serious mental health issues, or various other disabilities so that they may live saf


We are looking for an experienced, compassionate, motivated person with ILST or Recovery Assistant credentials to assist our members with safely staying in the community. You will assist participants with ADL's, planning activities, exercises and other needs that may arise.
Dependability and punctuality are paramount to successfully fill this position. Day, evening and weekend hours available. You must have your own car or reliable transportation, a minimum of one year of experience working with the target population and be able to pass a background check.

Psychiatric Issues After Brain Injury 09/02/2020

Psychiatric Issues After Brain Injury

Psychiatric Issues After Brain Injury Learning patience and acceptance of self after a TBI can be incredibly painful. It takes time and fortitude.

Covid-19 Medical Supplies – Hard to Find Medical Supplies 05/08/2020

Covid-19 Medical Supplies – Hard to Find Medical Supplies

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Covid-19 Medical Supplies – Hard to Find Medical Supplies Our goal is to supply small to large quantities of respirators, surgical masks, face shields and other affordably priced medical supplies to help combat the spread of COVID-19.

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Everyone can help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Call your doctor if you develop symptoms, have been in close contact with a person known to have COVID-19, or have recently traveled from an area with widespread or ongoing community spread of COVID-19. Learn more:


What You Need to Know about Handwashing

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Join CDC for a Twitter Q&A on COVID-19. CDC Deputy Director for Infectious Diseases, Dr. Jay Butler, will answer questions about coronavirus this Friday, March 13. Join us on Twitter to ask your question now:

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Caregivers: Help older adults and people with severe chronic health conditions protect themselves from COVID-19. This is especially important if you live in an area with ongoing spread of COVID-19. Learn what actions you should take to protect and prepare your loved ones: 05/24/2019

Three Simple Interventions Increase Survival After A Severe Head Injury, Study Finds A new study involving more than 21,000 patients who were transported to the hospital by ambulance after sustaining a severe head injury found that adherence to 3 simple interventions helped to increase chances of survival. 04/25/2019

How Brain Injury Can Exacerbate Physical Pain and What to Do About It | Living with Brain Injury | BrainLine Pain can negatively color one's life, especially when that person has a brain injury where energy is at a premium as it is. Adam shares his advice. 04/25/2019

Noise Sensitivity After a Brain Injury: Tips for Dining Out—Alphabet Brains Noise sensitivity can be one of the main problems after a brain injury, I’ve dealt with it for six years now and would like to share with you some tips I’ve learned along the way while dining out. 04/25/2019

Not dead but gone: how a concussion changed my girlfriend's personality forever We have no place in our culture for this kind of grief. Gabrielle was still there – it just wasn’t the her I had loved 04/05/2019

Researcher: Mental health issues often progress after brain injury Christine MacDonald, a brain injury researcher with the University of Washington’s department of neurological surgery, will discuss “Brain Injury & Psychological Health Following Combat Deployment: The Invisible Wounds of War” at Gonzaga University on Tuesday. 03/27/2019

15 Minutes of Walking On A Daily Basis Can Change Your Body Drastically We all need to go for more walks! 03/21/2019

Lost & Found: Dealing with Sensory Overload After Brain Injury | BrainLine It’s not your imagination: your sense of touch, taste, smell, hearing, or vision can be extra sensitive after a brain injury. 02/24/2019

Gardening can do what medicine only 'tries to mimic' for mental health, Monty Don says Gardening can do what medicine "tries to mimic" for mental heath, Monty Don has said as he spoke about his own struggles with depression. 02/24/2019

Neuroscientists Strongly Recommend Regular Visits to the Beach Visits to the beach psychologically restore us, enabling us to better handle the stress of everyday life, study finds City life stresses us out psychologically and physically, but an occasional retreat to the sea can help us avoid stress-related health problems, researchers say. “Beaches and water... 02/12/2019

The Benefits of Playing Music Help Your Brain More Than Any Other Activity The Benefits of Playing Music Help Your Brain More Than Any Other Activity.


Neurosculpting Institute

I’ll be candid with you, it was born out of my own trauma and my own desperate need to heal. I was always a child predisposed to the freeze response. In moments of stress or fear, we have three options: fight, flee and freeze. I seemed to like freeze, going quiet and feeling invisible when I was terrified. I’d stiffen and hold my breath during the scary parts of movies. Maybe you know the response.

Neurosculpting® IS the form of meditation I had to create to help me target an unknown trigger for this condition and rehearse a new script so I could circumvent another episode. It is the culmination of over thirty years of my meditation practice, honed by what neuroscience currently knows about how the brain maps.

Neurosculpting® is the fusion of brain science and mindfulness so even the most insidious mental beliefs can be rewritten. I created this modality and process to save my life. It was out of necessity and love for my daughter and husband that I created this.

Neurosculpting® is a nice catchy term, but it is NOT a fad or a trend. I don’t take it lightly, nor do I have any room for lip service. I spread these techniques from a platform of pure belief in their efficacy and healing power. I created this outside of dogma and institutional influence so that anyone from any belief system could benefit and find healing during their hardest times. 01/31/2019

Frontal Lobe Head Trauma Can Change the Personality The frontal lobe is the area of the brain most commonly affected by head trauma. Learn how injury to this area of the brain affects the personality. 12/12/2018

15 Tips for Surviving -- and Enjoying -- the Holidays with Brain Injury | BrainLine

The holiday season can be particularly stressful for people with physical, mental or neurological disabilities. If possible, take the time to reach out and brighten someone's day. Flashing lights, crowded stores, family gatherings. The holidays should be joyful, but they can often be overwhelming to people living with brain injury.


Brain Injury Alliance of Connecticut (BIAC)

This Cyber Monday, do your regular Amazon shopping at and AmazonSmile donates to Brain Injury Alliance Of Connecticut, Inc..


Brain Injury Alliance of Connecticut (BIAC)

Tomorrow, November 27, 2018, the Brain injury Alliance of Connecticut will join a national day of generosity, . It’s a day when you can make a big impact for BIAC and in the lives of others.

Make your donation to BIAC by visiting 07/15/2018

The Invisible Struggle Of Living With High-Functioning Depression It’s Monday morning when I arrive early at my full-time office job in Toronto’s financial district — looking put together and well rested for the day ahead. Little do my colleagues know, I’ve just … 07/15/2018

The Rise And Rise Of Su***de: We Must Remove The Stigma Of Mental Illness Twice this week my heart has ached on hearing news of two incredible people taking their own lives—iconic fashion designer Kate Spade and celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain. My heart goes out to those who loved them. It also goes out to anyone who has lost someone they love to su***de. So many of us ... 07/15/2018

Anne Fulenwider: ‘I think we need to always check on our friends’ In the wake of Kate Spade’s tragic death, Anne Fulenwider, of Marie Claire, told Page Six of women’s mental-health issues at her magazine’s “Her GenZ World” event with Girl Up: “I think women have a … 07/15/2018

The Way We Talk About Mental Health Is Broken. Here's How to Fix It Everyone is vulnerable, which means everyone should be having a conversation about mental health maintenance.If you've never experienced a bout of depression or anxiety, it might be easy to assume that it only happens to "some" people. But here's the thing about mental illness: It doesn't discrimina... 07/15/2018

Hiding my mental illness from my Asian family almost killed me - Vox The silent shame of having a mental illness in a Chinese family.“Don’t you dare go back to that doctor” my mother growled into the phone. “He’ll put ‘bipolar’ on your record, and then you’ll never be able to get a job.”I never went back. Seven years later, I woke up in a psych ward... 07/15/2018

Luis D. Ortiz Opens Up About His Struggle With Depression and Suicidal Thoughts Following the recent su***des Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain, Million Dollar Listing: New York star Luis D. Ortiz is opening up about "struggling" with suicidal thoughts in hopes of helping … 07/15/2018

A psychologist explains how to overcome social anxiety No one likes to be told to “be yourself,” but it’s actually good advice. If you’re someone who often avoids speaking in public or is generally terrified of socially awkward situations, it’s especially good advice.Fifteen millionAmericans suffer from a diagnosable form of social anxiety, an... 07/15/2018

What Is Complex PTSD? There Isn’t Nearly Enough Awareness Around This Illness Trauma is a complicated experience, and what happens after a traumatic experience even more so. Two people's reaction to trauma may be completely different, and we're learning more about how …

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Watertown, CT

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