When the virus came, No Limits Eastern Shore Brain Injury Services had to find a safe, inexpensive, accessible way to continue providing support to the survivors of brain injury in our region of Virginia despite the many logistical challenges. This short video tells the story of our journey to create a Virtual No Limits!
Our blog editing tool was down last Friday, so please enjoy our weekly blog from last week today instead!
At No Limits Eastern Shore we like to recognize the people in our community who are also our friends. Friends who come visit, friends who help out, friends who write notes – it is good to have friends!
One of our best friends ever is Maureen Stout. Maureen started at No Limits as an employee, back when we were still in Belle Haven. She moved with us to Onancock and was a valuable part of our work there.
After retiring (she has retired many times over the years!), Maureen went to work assisting a member of No Limits and she came with him to No Limits for a few years.
We could not begin to count the many things Maureen has done for us, made for us, and given to us over the years. She has moved back to New Jersey now, so we don’t get to see her, but she still keeps in touch. Thank you, Maureen, we are grateful for your many years of friendship to No Limits Eastern Shore Brain Injury Services!