You gotta be kidding me. All they want is to push the vulnerable back into the workforce so they can get the back to work training $$$ ....it's a scam. They're helping themselves to people's wallet. They wouldn't let Me go there to socialize, they just wanted to train me to go back to work, even though i had no balance, couldn't think, or do simple task after a brain injury. Really, I see it as nothing but a scam. I was extremely disappointed!
I have a son Scott La Point, who is very involved and dedicated to helping the brain injured of society. He is himself a brain injury survivor. I know he appreciates and supports the Mary Buckley Foundation and because he does I know it is a valuable asset in the fight to help the brain injured.
This organization assisted a phenomenal man who suffered injury and now has committed his life in such service to others
I frequent the Beacon House as often as possible, and I can see that the Mary Buckley is invested in the care and ongoing support of people with brain injury. I can't think of anything in particular that the Mary Buckley Foundation can do to improve its services. I can think of things the media can do to do more to promote this organization and to let the public know about its services.
The Mary Buckley Foundation is a safe haven where survivors of brain injury can congregate, socialize and even learn new life skills in a caring, judgment-free environment.
This organization has made a positive difference in many brain injured clients lives by giving them direction and motivation in a secure and comfortable setting surrounded by caring staff.
They do wonderful work helping brain injury survivors. They serve 3 veterans and help them learn and re learn life skills. They are part of the Wounded Warrior program.