Want to be a superhero? Then visit us at the Superhero Shoppe for all your superhero and gift needs! Here are all the details:
Who: All Superheroes and their friends!
What: A shoppe that offers fun and unique superhero gifts, accessories and more. Proceeds from the Superhero Shoppe support the superheroes of the brain injury community and the superhero programs, services and resources offered at Our BEST Space. The Superhero Shoppe also proudly features the work of paper artist, Diane Rasch of Heartfelt Tidbits of Creativity.
When: Superhero Shoppe hours are Wednesdays from 12pm to 6 pm and Thursdays 10 am to 4 pm.
Where: 2607 Bridgeport Way W. Suite #1H, University Place, Washington. Click here for driving directions.
Why: To share superhero support and fun to the entire community (and to the world!).
More Superhero Shoppe info: Watch this space for our new online Superhero Shoppe coming soon on the BEST website! With our new and upcoming online shoppe, you can shop 24 X 7 from the convenience of home!
BEST will be adding new items regularly to the shoppe. Please visit the BEST blog for the latest inventory announcements and updates.
To note: As a volunteer organization, hours may vary. For more information, please contact us at 877-719-2378 or email@example.com. The Superhero Shoppe accepts cash, credit card or personal check (with valid ID and from a local bank only). We do not accept bills $50 and higher.
The Northwest Brain Injury Symposium hosts, Thriving After Service: Veterans Living with TBI. This event is focused on the relative impact of a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) on those individuals that have served in the various branches of the military, in addition, to focusing on strategies for positive outcomes. A speakers’ panel of experts will delve into the long-term medical, psychological, and social issues that manifest in veterans that have sustained a TBI. Specific topics will include, but limited to, co-occurrence of PTSD and TBI, recovery trajectories, and the importance of support with access to resources. Opportunities to connect with various local resources, services, and members of the community facing the same challenges will be available. Questions regarding this event can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The event is FREE and Open to the Public, with FREE refreshments provided. Please note, parking at the Spokane Public Library is NOT free and will cost approximately $5.00 for the entire event. Parking at Riverfront Square will also be available, as will street parking.
Click here to RSVP.
This event is part of the Northwest Brain Injury Symposium, which is supported by Eastern Washington University – College of Social Sciences, Spokane Public Library, Brain Energy Support Team, and the TBI Council of Washington.
Looking for an easy way to get that shopping list tackled and do good for the superheroes of the brain injury community at the same time? Check out these ideas that help support BEST!
In the Puget Sound area? Stop by the Superhero Shoppe located inside Our BEST Space in University Place, Washington, for superhero goodies, stocking stuffers and other super gifts. Proceeds support the brain injury community in Washington State.
Bravelets cause jewelry and accessories: Give loved ones (or yourself!) the message of bravery with clever and special jewelry and accessories by visiting the BEST Brave Page on Bravelets.com. Ten percent of all purchases go directly to support the BEST programs and services.
Make the folks at BEST smile with your Amazon Smile donation on Amazon.com purchases. Click here to learn more.
Are you a Fred Meyer shopper? Put their rewards card to good use with their special community rewards program that will help benefit BEST. Click here for more information.
P.S. Donating to BEST directly is another great way to honor someone you care about. Click here to learn more!
The Northwest Brain Injury Symposium shared their recent lecture and resource event December 4, 2018 called Rediscovering Your Child: Pediatric Brain Injury.
This was the first panel lecture in the organization’s series for 2018-2019 at the Spokane Public Library.
This event focuses on the recovery trajectory and relative impact of a pediatric brain injury.
Watch the video below to learn more.