No Limits, a day program for adult survivors of brain injury on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, is located at 24546 Coastal Boulevard in Tasley, VA – right next door to the Foodbank of the Southeastern Virginia and the Eastern Shore. Parking is beside the building.
Our current program hours are Monday – Friday , 9 am – 3 pm. There is no cost to participants at this time. We do not provide transportation but we will assist members with arranging transportation if needed (and if available from your location) through our partnership with Star Transit. Participants either bring their own lunch or the funds to purchase lunch.
At No Limits, we work on helping survivors of brain injury reconnect with the community in a meaningful way. We have a schedule of activities which includes newsletter production, gardening, exercise, cooking, volunteer work, cognitive activities, and projects, all designed to strengthen the areas most affected by brain injury. Activities at NLES are developed and approved by our team of Certified Brain Injury Specialists.
Brain injuries can happen from an external blow to the head, as a result of motor vehicle accidents, falls, sports and recreational accidents, or assaults/violence. Certain illnesses such as stroke/cerebral vascular accident (CVA), brain tumors, and anoxia (lack of oxygen) may also injure the brain.
No Limits Eastern Shore is supported by state general funds administered by the Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services and private donations. We also receive support from the United Way of Virginia’s Eastern Shore and the Eastern Shore of Virginia Community Foundation.
We welcome referrals from service providers and the community. If you know someone who might benefit from No Limits or you are interested in learning more, please contact us at:
No Limits Eastern Shore
P.O Box 259
Tasley, VA 23441-0259
phone (757) 789-3990.
fax (757) 789-3299
http://www.vadars.org/ – The Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services
http://cbirt.org/products/training-assistive-technology-environment-tate/ – TATE: Training Assistive Technology in the Environment Toolkit
http://www.biav.net/ – The Brain Injury Association of Virginia
http://maryfoundation.wordpress.com/ – The Mary Buckley Foundation blog, with entries from No Limits between 10/08 – 7/12
http://www.biausa.org/ – The Brain Injury Association of America
http://mayoresearch.mayo.edu/mayo/research/tbims/upload/ubi_families.pdf – Mayo Clinic, Understanding Brain Injury: A Guide for Families
http://smile.amazon.com/ch/27-4634576 – Support NLES whenever you shop Amazon by starting at AmazonSmile and choosing us as your charity.