Crossroads Welcomes New Board Members


 

Crossroads to Brain Injury Recovery is pleased to announce Amy Homan DePoy of Rockingham County and Jessica James of Harrisonburg and Dr. Linda Meyer of Waynesboro have joined Crossroads to Brain Injury Recovery as new members of the Board of Trustees. Ms. DePoy is an Occupational Therapist and Universal Design/Aging-in-Place Consultant. Ms. James is a Psychometrist with Valley MedPsych which has locations in Harrisonburg and Waynesboro. Dr. Meyer is a Speech-Language Pathologist and works at Augusta Health. She is recently retired from the Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center.

PHOTO: Amy DePoy PHOTO: Jessica James PHOTO: Linda Meyer

(Left to Right: Amy Homan DePoy, Jessica James and Dr. Linda Meyer)

Crossroads to Brain Injury Recovery is a not-for-profit that serves 5 counties in Virginia improving the quality of life for those affected by brain injury by helping individuals lead more independent and productive lives.  Services include case management, community support services, positive behavior support facilitation, information and referral, and professional and case consultation. For more information about Crossroads, please visit our website at www.c2bir.org or call 540-568-8923.

For more info contact:         

Michelle Witt

Crossroads to Brain Injury Recovery, Inc.

540-568-8923

Fax: 540-568-8864

Michelle@c2bir.org

Published: Friday, July 10, 2015

Last Updated: Monday, July 10, 2017

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