We have moved to the ZOOM platform. We know this won’t be the same as in-person meetings and might be difficult for some. For others, where travel has prevented them from attending in the past, the online meeting might be easier. We hope you’ll join our ONLINE meetings as we continue to share with each other the challenges of recovery and welcome new folks affected by Brain Aneurysms. Specific meeting information will be posted on our social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter & Instagram) including planned speakers and info on how to REGISTER to participate either by internet or by phone. If you’re not on social media, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you may have.
The Maine Brain Aneurysm Support Group offers information, education, encouragement and understanding to all individuals who have been affected by a brain aneurysm.
Survivors, family members, caregivers and anyone interested are welcome to attend. The meetings will provide information and education on a variety of topics relating to the treatment and recovery process for both survivors and caregivers. At every other meeting, we aim to have a guest speaker that gives short presentations and then open the floor for discussion.
The meetings also provide an opportunity for reassurance and personal exchange between survivors and caregivers.
Please be aware that these meetings are not held to offer specific medical advice, but to provide peer support and education. This is a great place for you to meet and share with others who have been through similar experiences.
DAY: Last Thursday of each month
TIME: 6:00-7:30 P.M.
LOCATION: ZOOM (see updated info above)
Are you a CAREGIVER or FAMILY MEMBER of someone who has suffered from a brain aneurysm? Please read: Ten things Brain Aneurysm Survivors would like family and friends to know.
This group is being sponsored by Maine Medical Parteners: Neurosurgery & Spine and Maine Brain Aneurysm Awareness, organizers of the annual KAT-Walk & Karo-5K for Brain Aneurysm Awareness, Portland, Maine