Tag Archives: Health

Free Rides for Breast Cancer Patients

From now until the end of this year, GoRide Health and Ford Warriors in Pink have partnered to provide free rides to breast cancer patients who need transportation to doctor’s appointments and trips to the pharmacy. Patient riders can also bring a companion of their choice. Visit warriorsinpink.com to claim eligibility and learn more about

Two Unique Resources Offer Comfort, Supplies And Connections

Among the resources listed for cancer patients and their families on The Victory Center’s website, thevictorycenter.org/resources, are two unique connections: Renee’s Survivor Shop and Baskets of Care. Renée’s Survivor Shop Renée Schick started Renee’s Survivor Shop in 2003 when she had difficulty finding the cancer-related products that she needed after being diagnosed with cancer at

Umbrella Of Care massage

Treat yourself to a soothing, one-hour massage by a student of the Orion Institute. Proceeds benefit the Friendship Baptist Church. Vendors will also be on location for those in the mood for a little shopping. $35 8am-3pm | Saturday, 9.14 NAOMI, New Attitude on My Image, Inc., 2321 Warren St. 419-244-4824 | naomith.org

Full Moon Celebration

Join certified nature and forest therapy guide Jewels Daugherty for a meditative experience. Immerse yourself in nature as you let go of the negative things in your life through gratitude and healing. $30 6-8:30pm | Saturday, 9.14 Oak Openings, White Oak Campground #6 4139 Girdham Rd., Swanton 567-343-5569 | clients.mindbodyonline.com

A Spirited Evening

Enjoy food, entertainment, and samples of Toledo Spirits craft beverages at this Memory Lane Care Services fundraiser. All proceeds go to families affected by dementia. $75 6-9pm | Saturday, 9.7 Toledo Spirits Company | 1301 N. Summit St. 419-720-4940 | memorylanecareservices.org

Toledo’s Stroke Life Center : Help For Survivors And Caregivers

Cindy Roshon and Sue Rindskopf are champions for stroke survivors, educating and advocating while sharing the stories of their own stroke recovery journeys. In fact, that’s how they met. “We were speaking to an occupational therapy class at the University of Toledo,” Rindskopf said. “I think it was in 2010.” By then, Roshon had been