Fleece Frenzy FUNdraiser!

As cooler weather sets into Northwest Ohio, our fleece shop will be open additional days to give you an extra chance to purchase one of our blankets, car seat ponchos or pet blankets.

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Bike Rodeo with Metroparks

Members of TBIRC were on hand to answer questions about concussions and bike safety on Saturday, September 21 at Wildwood Metropark at an event hosted by the Toledo Metroparks.   Children and adults received new helmets at no charge.  Kids tested their bike...

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Major Renovation Completed

It was a busy summer as we completed a major renovation of the center.  The focal point of improvements is our expanded, accessible kitchen featuring a 12-foot island. This new kitchen will be used for teaching the importance of nutrition in brain injury recover and...

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2018 Fall Festival

Cooler weather arived on Saturday, September 22, just in time for the first day of Autumn and our 2nd Annual Fall Festival.

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2018 Ray of Hope Awards

or the past 16 years, Sylvania Area Family Services has recognized individuals and organizations that make a difference in our community with the Ray of Hope Awards. TBIRC is proud to announce that Jackie Moore, co-founder of the center, has been selected as one of the 2018 recipients.

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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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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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