Creating a Quality Life for People with Brain Injuries Using Neuroplasticity, Mindfulness Meditation, Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction
Ken Collins has lived with his brain injury for 45 years and has worked with people with brain injuries since 1983. He is an advocate of developing home and community-based services for people with brain injuries. In 1986-88 he was a VISTA Volunteer and helped develop the first transitional living program for people with brain injuries in the U.S. Ken is currently employed as Executive Director, Hozho Center for Personal Enhancement in Gallup, New Mexico where he supervises staff and provides independent living services to Veterans, Navajo's and Zuni's with brain injuries in McKinley County.
Collins, Ken. "Creating a Quality Life for People with Brain Injuries Using Neuroplasticity, Mindfulness Meditation, Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction." (2022). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/hsc-bbhrd/55
Poster presented at the Brain & Behavioral Health Research Day 2022