Living Resources believes that individuals who have suffered brain injuries deserve the opportunity to establish meaningful post-injury roles and relationships. At Living Resources we strive to educate, train, encourage and patiently guide survivors of traumatic brain injuries and their loved ones throughout this process.

Living Resources Brain Injury Services offers a comprehensive treatment program for people with traumatic or acquired brain injuries.

Individuals living in the community have access to a wide range of service options including:

  • Care Coordination
  • Life Skills Training
  • Day Programs
  • Fine Arts Instruction
  • Clinical Services 
  • Specialized services for Veterans with TBI

The Brainwaves, a band made up of TBI & ABI survivors, performing at the Jewish Federation of NENY

Due to my injury, I have always felt like an outsider. This group is my home. I feel free and comfortable. It is the only place where people can empathize with what I am going through.

- Mick

Many of our consumers are funded through the New York State Department of Health Traumatic Brain Injury Waiver Program. Other funding depends on the type of service you require. You are welcome to consult with us about these issues without cost to you.

Additional info on the TBI Waiver can be found here.



11 AM – 1 PM

Living Resources
300 Washington Ave Ext

Living Resources Brain Food Cafe Program Every Wednesday
Living Resources Brain Food Cafe Program Serving Popcorn

Come visit the Brain Food Cafe and enjoy some tasty food while supporting a good cause. The Brain Food Cafe is staffed by participants in the TBI & ABI Program. This helps participants build basic skills that can help them gain greater independence in their lives. Participants are given opportunities to practice task-execution skills, money management skills, cooking skills, and socialization skills. Proceeds raised by the Brain Food Cafe go towards the TBI & ABI Program.


I like coming here. It’s the only place I can come to talk about things freely. I learn things, make new friends and have contacts, and socialize . I am not closed in my own world. I have an outlet.

- Rachael


Want to learn more? We’d love to hear from you. Here’s how you can reach us …

Todd Del Marter

Intake/Operations Manager, Brain Injury Services