Programs for Survivors

Inspiration and Support

Survivors often feel isolated because of their physical limitations and awkward in social envirnoments. We provide a safe, supportive atmosphere where survivors and their loved ones can share their stories and build a network of friends. We ask our visitors to uphold a code of conduct that calls for the respect of all who are present.

Speech & Memory Group

Since our opening in 2015, graduate students from the University of Toledo Speech and Language Pathology department have led group activities under the guidance of the clinical coordinator. The group current meets twice weekly with occasional breaks for holidays, summer break and other events. Check out our schedule for the latest session dates and times.


We believe that feeding the body to nourish the brain is a key component to ongoing recovery and quality of life. Diabetes, whether Type 1 or Type 2, can be exacerbated following a severe TBI. The center offers guidance on proper nutrition and provides the setting for survivors to prepare and share a meal together.

Occupational Therapy

An occupational therapist provides structured group activities in areas such as crafts and games twice a week. Once again, visitors are encouraged to check the schedule.