CV-RAPS : Central Valley Recovery Awareness Preventing Strokes
This monthly program was developed to bring people throughout the Central Valley community together to hear experts that have been trained in some aspect of healing or recovery from a brain attack, a stroke. Since damage to the brain also causes cognitive and neurological problems similar to those who have incurred a brain injury, Healings in Motion also includes programs that embrace those who are recovering from Traumatic Brain Injury (“TBI”). Caregivers play a substantial role in caring for survivors; they are always a vital part of our programs. Lunch is provided at CV-RAPS programs. For more information, visit our “CV-RAPS” page of this site.
“COACH FOR LIFE’S CHAMPIONS” DINNER
This annual event includes an evening of entertainment, food, and an awards ceremony honoring Survivors of Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury. Awards categories include the Courage Award, Creative Expressions Award, Jr. Caregiver Award, Caregiver Award, and the Coach for Life’s Champion Award. Download the nomination form and nominate someone today! NOMINATION FORM: CLICK HERE
This year’s dinner featuring Keynote Speaker Ed Hearn, former Major League Baseball player of the champion New York Mets and bestselling author of “Conquering Life’s Curves.” Join us at SASS Bar and Grill on Sunday, September 25th from 5-8pm to celebrate the Champion in You! Tickets on sale now for $50 at http://dinnertickets2011.eventbrite.com/. For more information, please visit the “Awards Dinner” section of this webpage.
“CARING FOR THE CAREGIVER” SYMPOSIUM
This annual symposium features a day of workshops, motivational speakers, exhibits, and resources for family caregivers who make a difference in the lives of stroke survivors. Past Keynote Speakers include Gladys (G.G.) Taylor, mother of world-renowed brain scientist and stroke survivor Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor. The 2011 Symposium is scheduled for November 12th. Check our “CG Symposium” section for details!