Cassell & Associates of Novi, MI blog on brain injury rehabilitation and occupational therapy.
BIAMI Conference Attendees – RULES to enter the Cassell & Associates 2017 #TBISurvivorsThrive Contest are below!
On July 12, 2017, Cassell & Associates’ CEO, Kevin Rinke, along with Marketing Director Linda Pillow, LMSW, ACSW, CBIS, Assistant Program Manager, Christina Kobrossi, and Rehabilitation Specialist, Malorie Lakosky attended the 8th Annual Acclaimed Mingle. This event is a charity yacht excursion featuring a first-class strolling feast and dancing! Cassell & Associates was excited to donate one of our signature Planter Benches to the silent auction portion of the event (pictured at left).
This spectacular event benefits the United World Mission’s Ugandan Medical Mobile Unit. This humanitarian effort will bring medical supplies and care, and assist with emotional trauma therapy and health education for the people in the villages of Uganda. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physician Dr. Jennifer Doble will be heading up this charity relief effort.
Add peace and tranquility to any room with this stunning painting!
Dolphins, 2017. Acrylic on Canvas, 8″ x 10″. Gallery Wrapped.
Follow the link below to purchase this painting and discover other one-of-a-kind pieces of artwork.
The Oakland Press shared our Artist Showcase in their newspaper!
Click here to see the fantastic article by Mark Cavitt!
Thank you for making our Artist Showcase successful for our survivors!
On a summers day in August 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King gave his most popular speech on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. His speech was mostly in regards to the inequity of race relations in the country at the time. Fast forward to February 16th, 2017: Listening to the speech brought to mind how we, as survivors here at Cassell & Associates, also “Have a Dream” of equality, acceptance and understanding. The “Dream” is that we will be seen and respected for abilities rather than our disabilities. That we have a place in our society, a society that strives to understand and accept us as constructive members of this society. So on this day let us all “Have A Dream” that we all can live in a world of Love, Hope and Kindness no matter what our circumstances.
That’s this Survivor’s “Dream!”
Contributed by Sally F.