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Coffee with the Authors-April 17th

FREE VIRTUAL EVENT!

This is a LIVE  virtual event.  REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. This event will be held over the Zoom platform.  You will receive an email invite to join the meeting.

Join us in a virtual setting for a coffee talk with author of To Root & To Rise: Accepting Brain Injury, Carole Starr.

Saturday, April 17th, 2021 • 10:00 AM (AZ Time)

REGISTRATION CLOSES 4/16 @ NOON

The first 15 people to register will receive a free copy of Carole’s book.
Please include a proper mailing address and your full name when you register

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COFFEE WITH THE AUTHORS – APRIL 17th


Preferred delivery if you are one of the first 15 registered for this event

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Carole Starr

Before her brain injury, Carole Starr was self-employed as a corporate trainer. She was also a classical violinist and singer. In 1999, while in her home state of Maine, Carole was broadsided on the driver’s side by a vehicle going 50 mph, resulting in a brain injury. Carole was unable to return to work or music and still lives with daily brain injury symptoms.

One small step at a time, she’s reinvented herself. Carole is now a national keynote speaker, the author of the award-winning book To Root & To Rise: Accepting Brain Injury and the founder/facilitator of “Brain Injury Voices,” a nationally recognized survivor volunteer group.

To Root & To Rise: Accepting Brain Injury is an inspiring, interactive book and workbook designed to help brain injury survivors navigate grief and loss, find their strengths and move forward with a changed life. Author and long-term brain injury survivor Carole Starr offers gentle encouragement, hard-won wisdom and numerous strategies that survivors, caregivers and professionals can use.

Carole Starr

Before her brain injury, Carole Starr was self-employed as a corporate trainer. She was also a classical violinist and singer. In 1999, while in her home state of Maine, Carole was broadsided on the driver’s side by a vehicle going 50 mph, resulting in a brain injury. Carole was unable to return to work or music and still lives with daily brain injury symptoms.

One small step at a time, she’s reinvented herself. Carole is now a national keynote speaker, the author of the award-winning book To Root & To Rise: Accepting Brain Injury and the founder/facilitator of “Brain Injury Voices,” a nationally recognized survivor volunteer group.

To Root & To Rise: Accepting Brain Injury is an inspiring, interactive book and workbook designed to help brain injury survivors navigate grief and loss, find their strengths and move forward with a changed life. Author and long-term brain injury survivor Carole Starr offers gentle encouragement, hard-won wisdom and numerous strategies that survivors, caregivers and professionals can use.

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