Burn Survivors of New England is an all-volunteer, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that is dedicated to supporting & empowering burn survivors and their families as they build active and engaged lives.


Your BSONE organization remains active, so we need your help.  Since March during the pandemic we have donated meals to our Boston Burn Units and have purchased Communication Tablets/iPads for the use of inpatient burn survivors (4 hospitals) so they can "visit" virtually with their loved ones and possibly attend peer support one-on-one and our monthly peer support group.  We've also recorded encouragement videos for Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital to play on their in-house system.  We think this is vital to initial recovery.  Some of you have done FaceBook fundraisers to celebrate your birthdays...THANK YOU!  We encourage everyone to participate however they can to help us remain a viable organization.

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  • Scholarship may be utilized for training or education, including materials such as textbooks or needed supplies.

  • Applicants to submit one-page essay addressing the impact of the scholarship.

  • Accommodations for completing the essay will be provided as needed, on request of the applicant.

  • Scholarship committee will review applications and meet.

  • Scholarship applicants will be matched to a mentor who can provide advice on recovery, success in training or education.



CONTACT:  David Vogel


Group Peer Support Zoom Link

Join our April 13th  Zoom Meeting  - 6:00 p.m.

Special Guest, Mona Krueger

Burn Survivor - Interactive Journaling Presentation

Writing is Powerful… It helps us express deep-rooted feelings and process our recoveries. Please join Mona Krueger and BSONE for a virtual journaling session on April 13th. There will be a series of prompts to choose from and timed writings, followed by a sharing session if desired.

Mona is a celebrated burn survivor from Portland Oregon.  She has been featured at Phoenix World Burn Congress as the Alan Breslau Award recipient in 2019 and has presented sessions on journaling at PWBC 2019 and virtual PWBC 2020.



Meeting ID: 814 1127 1940

Passcode: 964799


From MSKTC Newsletter

Model System researchers from the Boston-Harvard Burn Injury Model SystemNorth Texas Burn Rehabilitation Model System, others outside of the BMS collaborated on the following educational forums:

Co-Course Director, Jeffrey Schneider, (Boston-Harvard Burn Injury Model System); and Course Director, Diana Tenney (Co-Director of Knowledge Translation/President of Burn Survivors of New England; and Co-Course Director, Radha Holavanahalli and Karen Kowalske (North Texas Burn Rehabilitation Model System)  present, “Chronic Disease After Burn Injury: Developing a Collaborative Approach to an Underrecognized Aspect of Aftercare.” 

  • Additional Notes: Other presenters and panel members include:  Dr. David Greenhalgh, Dr. Victor Joe, Ingrid Parry, MS PT, Amy Acton, Phoenix Society.

  • The Course will be available for viewing by ABA members on April 7th at 8:00 a.m. for a period of 7 weeks.