See Art, Make Art, Be a Superhero November 14, 2019 in Tacoma

Save the date: Next Thursday, November 14, 2019, BEST Artists Diane Rasch of Heartfelt Tidbits of Creativity, Robin Spicuzza, and Erin Thompson, along with BEST Communications Manager, Kim Thompson, will be at the Tacoma Art Museum (TAM) from 5 pm to 8 pm in the Cheney room on the third floor, the home of the Superhero show, our community (more…)

In Words and Pics: Recap Superhero Show Reception October 17, 2019

Superheroes came together at the Tacoma Art Museum (TAM) for an evening of art, artists, celebration and honoring the brain injury community of Washington State. Here are our favorite photos from the opening night reception of the Superhero show at the museum in the video below. BEST would like to give special thanks to our (more…)

Food Tips with Robin

Healthy eating is important for everyone; however, for brain injury survivors, eating nutritious foods are a critical part of overall wellness. BEST Administrator, brain injury support group facilitator and coach, nutritional food consultant and brain injury survivor, Robin Spicuzza, knows this well: healthful eating has become a way of life and a passion for her, (more…)

November 27, 2018: Let the Building Begin!

Robin Spicuzza had these roles in life: an energetic and loving mom, businesswomen, investor, web expert, and volunteer. A car accident in 2011 changed those roles significantly. Robin sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI); worse, it wasn’t diagnosed right away. Faced with the challenges that came with an undiagnosed TBI, she struggled to find support, (more…)

Three Superheroes, Three Stories

Three real-life superheroes. Three stories of why they give back. How will you continue the story?  BEST loves sharing … Facebook0TwitterPinterest0tumblr0Linkedin0Reddit0Email0