Getting Your Community Voice Game On
Community Voice. In follow-up to my original post I present to you on how even you can have a voice in your community with a TBI.
I got mine while attending the Family Leadership Training Institute. The Family Leadership Training Institute (FLTI) is a first-of-its-kind family civics program. Program graduates spend more than 120 hours to develop skills needed to become effective leaders in their communities. Once recruited and accepted in to the program, participants attend a 20-week curriculum that integrates personal and child development, leadership training, civic literacy and civic participation skills. The curriculum includes four components: an initial retreat, two 10-week sessions that focus on knowledge about the change process, skill building, and tools of civic engagement; and a community project.
Who knows, you may find your voice after this awesome class!
“FLTI has given me tools, knowledge, skills and networking contacts to be a more effective community leader on issues that affect children and families in Colorado.” ~John Miller
“FLTI has been an experience I’ll never forget. The program has given me the opportunity to connect with my passion for child advocacy, re-energized my passion as a family leader and has provided the information and support I needed to become a positive force within the community.” ~Leslie A. Brown
Mike is not a TBI doctor, he is just an advocate for traumatic brain injury. He offers his advice on brain injury from a survivors perspective and it is up to you to take or ignore his advice. Meaning he is not responsible in any way for your actions. He offers his advice for free on the world wide web and you should take it as such, cheap advice.