7th Anniversary/Bike Helmet Giveaway

7th Anniversary/Bike Helmet Giveaway

TBIRC marked its seventh anniversary in April; and, to celebrate the day, the Center held an open house and bike helmet giveaway for both children and adults.  Over 200 attendees were fitted with the help of staff from Werzel’s Bike Shop, a co-sponsor of the event.

Holiday Food Drive

Holiday Food Drive

Begin October 1st and running throughout the remainder of the year, we will hold a food drive to stock our pantry for the holidays.  The Center will be open Saturdays from 10 AM to 2 PM for drop-off donations. 

Survivors Giving Back

Survivors Giving Back

Since the onset of the pandemic forced social distancing for the safety of those at the Center, new approaches to programming needed to be considered.  For the past several months, survivors have been assembling packages that are donated back into our community. 

Fall Fleece Frenzy!

Fall Fleece Frenzy!

As cooler temperatures settle into Northwest Ohio this Fall, the Center kicks off its Fall Fleece Frenzy fundraiser.  We will be open Saturdays from 10 AM to 2 PM for shopping. 

A Conversation Between Survivors

A Conversation Between Survivors

In November 2019 Bob Woodruff, ABC journalist and traumatic brain injury survivor visited TBIRC to share his story with other survivors. Recently Jackie Moore, founder and executive director, shared a conversation with Bob regarding their paths to a new life after brain injury. 

An Evening with Bob Woodruff

An Evening with Bob Woodruff

Bob Woodruff, ABC News journalist and brain injury survivor, was the featured guest at a dinner at the Traumatic Brain Injury Resource Center.  Bob and other survivors shared their stories during the intimate evening.  Michaela Marshall, a reporter with Toledo's...

Feed Your Brain!

Feed Your Brain!

Rachel Scheider, a reporter from Toledo's 13abc, stopped by the center to meet with survivors, discuss the role that nutrition plays in recovery, and learn about a food drive to support the center following a major renovation of the kitchen.

What makes TBIRC special?

What makes TBIRC special?

Since we opened in April 2015, graduate students from the University of Toledo Speech Language Pathology (SLP) have led group sessions with brain injury survivors under the direction of a clinician.   In the following video created by students, survivors share their...

Welcome, Moses!

Welcome, Moses!

TBIRC recently welcomed Moses, a black Labrador retriever puppy, who will be trained as an emotional support dog.  Toledo 13abc's Lissa Guyton visited the center to meet Moses and his role with brain injury survivors.

2018 Fall Festival

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. This family-friendly event saw the return of the Mega Brain as well as the Amazing Eli and his balloon creations.