Rehabilitation Hospital of Northwest Ohio Bring Your Brain Education Series

. June 30, 2018.
bringyourbrain

Join the Rehabilitation Hospital of Northwest Ohio for their series Bring Your Brain Education, for stroke and brain injury survivors. Those who have experienced either of these traumas are invited to attend with their loved ones to meet others on the same journey, while sharing information and encouraging support. The series meets every month on the third Wednesday, covering different topics. This month’s meeting features registered nurse, Amy Barrilloux, on grief and coping.

6-7:30pm | Wednesday, July 18
Rehabilitation Hospital of Northwest Ohio Therapy Gym
1455 W. Medical Loop

419-214-6600 | rhno.ernesthealth.com
Free

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