Together, we can change the lives of brain injury and spinal cord injuries families. Please consider donating to our programs or getting involved with one of our events.
Join us for the first annual Shining the Light event!
Saturday, November 23, 2019/ 6pm-11:30pm
You won't want to miss this magical night filled with live entertainment from Inspyral Circus Entertainment, Chelsea "Hooplahoma" Ryan (2018 Female US Cyr Wheel Champion), Lori Selby, Stephanie Oliver and DJ Moody; live art by Lauren Rainbow Lunsford; dinner; silent and live auctions, raffles and more to be announced soon!
It can happen to anyone.
Over 2.5 million (1 in 5) Americans suffer catastrophic events such as traumatic brain injuries, strokes, aneurysms, MS, and spinal cord injuries each year which can cost them anywhere from $85,000.00 up to $3,000,000.00 in a lifetime.
Recovery is possible with adequate rehabilitation.
While Oklahoma’s healthcare system can save lives of those impacted in the acute care stage, beyond that, the state is greatly lacking in resources for survivors to go from being alive to having a life again. The Brain Injury Recovery Foundation will help fill the current gap in resources by supporting individuals, their families, and caregivers from the time of the injury throughout the recovery process with our programs for Care, Financial Assistance and the creation of DEFY Neuro Rehab Center.
The mission for DEFY Neuro Rehab is to provide the opportunity for affordable, life-long health and recovery through aggressive, activity-based therapy (ABT) recovery programs in Tulsa, Oklahoma for people suffering from neurological injuries such as:
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Spinal Cord Injury
- Multiple Sclerosis
The Brain Injury Recovery Foundation is a 501(c)(3) Non Profit Organization whose mission is to support those who have suffered Brain or Neurological Injuries as well as their family, friends and caregivers by providing programs for Care, Financial Assistance and Rehabilitation built to meet their specific needs so that they can achieve their goals.