OUR INCREDIBLE MIND
Our Incredible Mind (OIM), a 501(c)(3) non-profit, is the brain-injured community's access to:
- Fellowship & Meetings
- Activities & Resources
OIM is similar to what Alcoholics Anonymous was in the 1930s and still is today. There are traumatic brain injured individuals (TBI) and acquired brain injured individuals (ABI) that have found a way to accept, improve or recover from their injuries, however some struggle and some ultimately do not. We want to shine a light and give hope to those who want it.
Sharon, second from right came back to us! Hospice came to her home... she said thanks but no thanks... and with renewed vision, purpose, faith, and gratitude she is back among us! She plans on seeing her grandson graduate from high school years from now! You are an inspiration Sharon!
FIVE ESSENTIAL ITEMS FOR A BETTER BRAIN
Dr. Marian C Diamond: Her sixty year love affair with the brain. Click below to watch the video
ABI AND TBI
What is ABI?
An acquired brain injury is an injury after birth: stroke, tumor, aneurysm, multiple sclerosis, etc.
What is TBI?
A traumatic brain injury is an alteration of brain function caused by external force: physical fall or strike, motor vehicle crash, assault, etc.
A 501(c)(3) exempt organization
Donors can deduct their contributions
"WE AT OUR INCREDIBLE MIND EXIST TO SHARE OUR EXPERIENCE, STRENGTH, AND HOPE WITH ONE ANOTHER TO RECOVER THE BEST WE CAN TO THE BEST OF OUR ABILITY."
THE FOUR OIM PILLARS
Our Incredible Mind offers weekly meetings for those to fellowship, engage, share their stories, and inspire others.
Location: Mountain View Lutheran Church, 11002 S. 48th St, Phoenix AZ 85044.
Times: 6:30pm - 8:00pm, day(s) to be determined
Contact: Debbie Dyjak
Debbie Dyjak MS, BSN, RN
Debbie has served as a professional registered nurse in the state of Arizona for 40 years. She holds a Bachelor of Science in nursing and a Master of Science in Exercise and Sport Science from the University of Arizona. Debbie completed the John A. Hartford Geriatric Nurse leadership academy in 2013 and served 2 terms on the board of the Arizona Geriatric Society. A native of Tucson, she is an energetic and enthusiastic encourager, initiator of innovative ideas, coach, networker and lifelong learner. Her professional work experience encompasses acute care, long term care, public health, occupational health, home health, hospice, academic teaching, and quality improvement initiatives.
OUR INCREDIBLE MIND: THE BOOK
A collection of wonderful stories about how individuals in the brain-injured community have reinvented their lives with the four pillars of Our Incredible Mind: Vision, Purpose, Faith, and Gratitude.