Are you look for a unique, handmade gift for a loved one? Would you like a throw featuring your favorite character or sports team? We offer no-sew fleece blankets made by survivors, caregivers and volunteers as well as car seat ponchos, ponchos for both children and adults, and mermaid tales. For your furry family members, we also offer pet blankets and dog and cat toys. Producing these blankets helps survivors to build hand-eye coordination, balance while standing at a table, and is a great group activity. You can browse our wide selection of completed items as well as request a blanket from our extensive fleece inventory during our normal open hours. Look for special sales during the year end holidays. We also participate in several local craft shows every year. All proceeds benefit brain injury survivors.
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The November 2019 Issue of HOPE Magazine is Now Available!
In the years since we launched HOPE Magazine, we’ve featured contributing writers from around the world. Brain injury knows no geographic bounds. Both acquired as well as traumatic brain injury can happen to anyone, anywhere.
Life is indeed so much more fragile than most of us ever give thought to.
This month we are excited to bring you several first-time contributors. Their stories are real, raw, and authentic. It takes a great deal of courage to open up and share what is perhaps the most difficult chapter of one’s life, yet it is in that courageous sharing that healing comes to pass.
Join me in welcoming Susan, Joanne, Sandra and Isaac to our family of contributors.
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I’d love to hear your feedback about this month’s issue. Feel free to reach out to me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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About HOPE Magazine
HOPE Magazine is a periodic publication that features timely articles offering insight and perspectives from brain injury survivors, caregivers and family members as well as members of the professional and support community.
Our publication has two primary goals: brain injury advocacy and education.
The digital version of HOPE Magazine is available free to subscribers.
The print version of HOPE Magazine is available on Amazon.
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