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Old 06-02-2009, 05:14 PM #1
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My fellow TBI & PCS sufferers,

Really hoping for some living help ...

I am in Florida. I am looking for an Independent Living Facility (or semi independent) that can allow me some freedom along with a stable living environment. It's been 2 & 1/2 years since my brain injury and I am desperately looking for a place to go and live.

Even if it's not in Florida, I don't care too much. I would obviously prefer FLA but I'm very open to suggestions. I'm 37 & live at home with the my folks and it's just not right.
I moved out at 18 for a reason ... now I'm back. It was nice that they took me in, but it's time to get the heck out. For those with any living suggestions or personal experience in this area, please speak out.

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hi Joe don,t know if you have had any dealings with the brain injury association of America perhaps they can help you to be more independent

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