I'd like to introduce this forum to head injury support group called SHIMS.
SHIMS stands for Scottish Head Injury Music Support. We rehearse twice a week and we aim to play live at least once a month to a variety of organisations that look after survivors of acquired and traumatic brain/head injury.
SHIMS members have all suffered an acquired and/or traumatic brain/head injury and we get great value from playing music - the majority of our songs are written about "The Journey" associated with having an ABI or TBI.
To get a better idea of what SHIMS is about I'd encourage you to take a look at a songs that were recorded when SHIMS played live for the launch of the West Dumbartonshire Brain Injury Experience (BIEN) Group DVD at the Denny Civic Theatre in Dumbarton in 2012.
About It -
Peaks and Troughs -
We aim to play live as much as possible to help raise awareness of Brain/Head Injury – as to many people it is Invisible but we live with the effects day in day out.
Our website is shimsgroup.co.uk/
We are also on Twitter at @SHIMSGROUP
Our Youtube Channel is youtube.com/SHIMSGROUP
And you can email us at email@example.com
Hopefully the songs and the words help other people with ABI or TBI.