The March of Dimes is a national organization which boasts the great William Shatner as its spokesperson and has roots dating back to 1949, when mothers organized around the country to collect funds for research into a polio vaccine.
What does this have to do with you? The March of Dimes has extensive services for people living with brain injury, such as:
- Aphasia support
- Support groups for stroke survivors and their caregivers
- Case management
- Rehabilitation services
We meet in Room 200 of the Northern District Library, see below for details