Brainwave Independence Group

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Tracey Bowler is the founder of Brainwave Independence Group:

“In 2004, My son was in a road traffic accident, where he was ejected through the rear windscreen of a car. He was in a coma for four months & spent the best part of a year in hospital due to the extensive injuries that he had sustained. My son is left with a severe brain injury, he is registered blind/severe partial sighted and has epilepsy.”

As a charity, the group promotes independent living within our clients’ own home, or in any social environment, supporting them to pursue as full and interesting a life as possible. We do this by utilising a person-centred approach to assist individuals in maximising their own potential, opening gateways’ to improved choices and independence.

More detail about the charity, can be found at:

Listen to Gary and Michelle talk to East Suffolk One about the charity work they do in the Lowestoft area:

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