It is our mission to provide services that not only meet the standard requirements but continually exceed the expectations of services. We value our role in assisting to rehabilitate people with disabilities and enable them to make positive life choices and continue to discover opportunities they can find rewarding and receive satisfaction and fulfillment in their accomplishments. Our staff is dedicated to providing quality training and support to assist our clients with the best possible chance for success and independent living.
It is our belief that all individuals, no matter what their disability, can be successful living in the communities of their choice while they continue to pursue their goals and dreams.
We also agree that a person with a disability has the right to enrich their life with experiences and enjoyment while living an independent productive life.
The Supported Living Group, LLC was founded by Christopher Brisson May 1,2006. It is Mr. Brisson’s philosophy that anyone no matter their disability can be successful living independently in the communities of their choosing while continuing to pursue their goals and dreams.
Approximately 1.4 Million Americans experience Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) each year and an estimated 3.2 million Americans are living with long-term, severe disabilities as a result of brain injury. Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is the leading cause of death and disabilities among young Americans in the United States. However, it is often known as the “silent epidemic”—traumatic brain injury can strike anyone at any time. TBI is defined as an insult to the brain caused by an external force that may produce a diminished or altered state of consciousness and which often results in an impairment of cognitive abilities or physical functioning. TBI can also result in the disturbance of behavioral or emotional functioning.
Nationwide, there are 1.5 million brain injuries per year. There are now an estimated 3.2 million Americans living with long term disability as a result of brain injury. These numbers do not include incidence or prevalence of “Acquired Brain Injury” (ABI) which can occur with anoxia or stroke.
Sources: Representative Bill Pascrelll / Congressional Brain Injury Task Force