TryMunity social network for survivors of TBI

When tragedy strikes you or someone you love, where do you go for peer support, information, or peace of mind? There is no single online community or website that can provide the help you need to get through a life-changing catastrophe with help from others who have lived through a similar situation. Well, now there is a community like that; it's called TryMunity, and a local Dallas SEO firm, Advice Interactive Group, has partnered with the site to help get the word out to those in need.

As a sponsor and founder of TryMunity, Advice lends its expertise and passion to this growing community for the survivors of tragedy. Bernadette Coleman, Executive Director of Advice Interactive Group, states, "When our son, Michael Black 'The Bean,' suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury in an SUV Rollover accident last May, we searched the internet for accident and TBI survivors looking for hope that he would recover from his accident. There was plenty of medical research about TBI on the web but we realized very quickly that finding a place where we could connect with other survivors was very difficult. That's why we created TryMunity."

TryMunity is already online at http://www.TryMunity.com, and the community is open for new visitors to join and share their own stories of triumph. Mike Black, who is currently undergoing aggressive rehab at Pate Rehabilitation in Anna TX, is already an active member of the site and offers encouragement to other TBI survivors. Advice has scheduled an "official" launch date for the site on the 1-year anniversary of Michael's accident, May 21, and the local and national press is invited, and encouraged, to attend. Details of the launch will be provided in subsequent releases. Or you can call Bernadette or Tom Coleman at the number listed below for more information at 214-509-8662.   

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Advice Interactive Group

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