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Way Too Many Faults in Mayor Duggan’s No-Fault Reform Proposal

In the past two weeks, two competing auto insurance reform proposals have been announced in Lansing. While both proposals have some level of bipartisan support and both seek to address fraud and rising medical costs to treat accident victims, there are some significant differences that will impact all stakeholders in Michigan’s no-fault auto insurance system. Look for a more comprehensive legal analysis of the Duggan Bill HB 5013 soon from the Coalition to Protect Auto No-Fault. For more information on the Duggan bill, and the CPAN sponsored alternative, please visit the link below:

Way Too Many Faults in Mayor Duggan’s No-Fault Reform Proposal



Come visit our booth at the 2017 BIAMI Fall Conference!







Join us September 14th & 15th for the 2017 Brain Injury Association of Michigan Fall Conference!

New to advocacy?

The Brain Injury Association of Michigan’s Annual Fall Conference, held in conjunction with the Michigan Brain Injury Provider Council, is the largest of its kind in the country. It averages over 140 exhibitors and over 1,500 attendees each year! We hold this event with the purpose of providing state-of-the art information about brain injury treatment and therapies, which will maximize rehabilitation and foster a good quality of life. The conference is designed to benefit therapy providers with their patients, as well as caregivers and brain injury survivors.

For more information, call the Brain Injury Association of Michigan at (810) 229-5880.


Client Engagement is the Best Rehabilitation

Summer is always a busy time for us here at Eisenhower Center in southeast Michigan, and this July has been no different. This past weekend we supported the Brain Injury Association of Michigan (BIAMI) at the Ann Arbor Art Fair by giving away cooling neck-wraps made entirely by our clients as a vocational opportunity. Through the effort of these dedicated clients and a handful of volunteers from Eisenhower who braved the heat and humidity, we were able to raise over $600 for BIAMI! All while educating the public about heat stroke as a form of brain injury, and providing a much love fashion accessory to children and adults of all ages.

Our amazing recreation department also took our clients into the community for a round of golf. What was different about this outing? We were able to utilize specially adapted equipment allowing individuals with mobility limitations to engage in a way not possible before. All the clients who went out had a blast and we were happy to provide the opportunity. Eisenhower Center is always looking for new ways to adapt every-day activities for injured individuals who are working to get back to pre-injury activities.

Eisenhower Center also went out to support Congressman Tim Walberg (MI-07) at the Monroe County Veterans Claims and Resource Fair. The purpose of this non-partisan event was to work with Veterans Benefits Administration and Health Administration staff to check veteran eligibility, to assist veterans with benefits enrollment, and to educate them about various services offered to aid them. Eisenhower Center was proud to be at the event and to support vets.


Lastly, it’s important to work hard, but it’s also important to have some fun. So, in an effort to beat the heat, we had…water wars!!! Eisenhower Center staff and clients all had squirt guns and water balloons and – safely – engaged in some summer fun.  The picture below shows some of the fun everyone involved had.



Independence at Eisenhower Center



The Independence Fund is a non-profit organization formed in 2007 with the mission of “empowering severely wounded veterans and their caregivers to take control of their lives.” The Independence Fund assists veterans through a variety of programs, such as their mobility program which provides veterans with all-terrain track chairs, allowing individuals with limited mobility to get out and do things they love such as camping, hunting, and hiking. Additionally, The Independence Fund has a caregiver program, which provides a range of support systems for individuals caring for wounded veterans.

Eisenhower Center has been working closely with The Independence Fund over the past several years and is proud to announce  “Independence at Eisenhower”. This initiative sponsors  veterans to go through our After the Impact program, with the added benefit of the support and resources of The Independence Fund. After the Impact is an intensive, 30-90 day program tailored to the needs of the individual, which pairs veterans with professional athletes and first responders as they work through health/behavioral issues stemming from post concussion syndrome, post traumatic stress, mTBI or other similar diagnoses.

Interested in supporting this initiative? Visit http://independencefund.org/page/donate to make a donation.


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