Stitched and sewn: Meet Barb Hartwick

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Stitched and sewn: Meet Barb Hartwick

Barb Hartwick was profiled in the Huntsville Doppler. Barb Hartwick once made a dress out of a cargo parachute that showered an audience with real rose petals. She made one that blows up into a blueberry, too. She also created a caterpillar puppet that transforms from a cocoon into a butterfly to stimulate the minds of people who are recovering from brain injuries. That’s the kind of stuff that feeds her soul. Being able to [...]

By | April 9th, 2017|News|Comments Off on Stitched and sewn: Meet Barb Hartwick

eRehabilitation™ Innovation

By: Arden McGregor, MA, CPsych, CBIST, and Dennis Radman, BSc, RRP, CBIST   Insurance reform has driven a significant interest in technology as a solution to reduce the cost of rehabilitation services and increase overall system capacity, but this just scratches the surface of its benefits. In fact, as far back as 1997, Telehealth has been touted as the most significant contribution to healthcare delivery systems of the future (Bashshur, 2004). eRehabilitation™, a component of [...]

By | November 3rd, 2016|Print Media|Comments Off on eRehabilitation™ Innovation

Active Hope Generates Brain Injury Awareness

Who Will You Tweet For? Active Hope Generates Brain Injury Awareness FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 15, 2016, VICTORIA BC – June is designated as Brain Injury Awareness month and Hope Generator, Janelle Breese Biagioni intends to end the month with a loud thunder clap of understanding. Brain injury is at epidemic proportions in Canada and is the #1 killer and disabler of young people under the age of 44. The consequences of brain injury is [...]

By | June 18th, 2016|News|Comments Off on Active Hope Generates Brain Injury Awareness