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ABI WAIVER SPECIALISTS

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Brain Injury does not discriminate, it can happen to anyone in the blink of an eye, we are here not to tell you what isn't possible, but to help you see and achieve what IS possible.

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Our Mission

The mission of CT Brain Injury Support Network is to promote awareness, education, advocacy and improved health care services for brain injury survivors.  We strive to improve the lives of all who are impacted by brain injury through education, support and advocacy.  

CT Brain Injury Support Network

CTBISN

28 Lake Road

Columbia, CT 06237

860.655.4688

CTBISN@live.com

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 2019 -

Brain Injury Survivors in CT receiving services on the Acquired Brain Injury  (ABI) Waiver have been forced to participate in an "Assessment" administered by Case Managers, under the threat of termination of Services by The Department of Social Services.  Department of Social Services acknowledges the assessment has not been calibrated and the research/information will be used, without the participants knowledge or permission, to set the standards for all future Universal Assessments, for participants on the ABI Waiver.

 

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Bill Number 5402 

 

The bill requires the Department of Social Services (D

The bill establishes an advisory committee for the ABI waiver. The committee consists of the chairpersons and ranking members (or designees) of the Human Services, Appropriations and Public Health committees, as well as the commissioners of Social Services and Mental Health and Addiction Services. The committee must meet no less than four times per year. The committee must submit to the General Assembly annual reports concerning the impact of the individual cost cap in the proposed second ABI waiver and any other matters the advisory committee deems appropriate.

 

 

 

 Survivors on a "Sunday Funday" making their way through a corn maze!

Survivor's and supporters - it doesn't get any better than this!