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Brain Injury Awareness Day: #NotAloneInBrainInjury

In order to recognize and spread awareness about the silent epidemic that is brain injury, Eisenhower Center staff put on a short presentation and got staff engaged by asking them to share their experiences in a sentence or two. The response was overwhelming! Click the attached photos to read responses from some of our wonderful and dedicated team members.


Now it’s your turn!

If you have a brain injury, tell us why you don’t feel alone. If you’re a caregiver, tell us how you help the person you love. If you’re a health care provider, tell us about what your role is in the brain injury community. Share your story with us on social media using the hashtag #NOTALONEINBRAININJURY 

Then, take a moment to read a few quick facts about brain injury posted below, and share them with friends and family who may not know. Visit www.biausa.org for more information about brain injury.


  • Did you know males are 1.5 times more likely to sustain a brain injury?
  • Did you know over 1,400,000 people sustain a brain injury each year?
  • Did you know falls are the leading cause of brain injury?
    • Motor vehicles are the second leading cause
  • Did you know adolescents under 19 years old are at the highest risk for a brain injury?
  • Did you know after sustaining a brain injury (like a concussion), you are 3x more likely to experience
    a second brain injury?



Eisenhower on the Frank Beckmann Show on WJR

Frank Beckmann WJR Eisenhower Center

Recently, John Cornack, the president of Eisenhower Center, Brigadier General Richard Miller, and Laura Chirio (Program Coordinator and veteran) all sat down with Frank Beckmann of WJR radio to talk about our recent efforts to support veterans and their families. Developments in projects at Selfridge Air National Guard base in Harrison Township, MI were discussed, as well as Eisenhower Center’s unique After the Impact program, and the pro-am golf tournament to support female veterans coming up on May 22nd.

To hear the segment for yourself and to learn more about our unique initiatives, click here.

To read more about the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, click here.


Eisenhower Center is Hiring!

Eisenhower Center succeeds because of the people who work here. As a whole, we pride ourselves on our ability to work as a team. Currently, Eisenhower Center is hiring for several opportunities at our new Jacksonville, FL center. To inquire about these positions, please send your letter of interest and resume to Heath Boston at hboston@eisenhowercenter.com.

Interested in learning about opportunities at our other facilities? Want to be an integral part of a caring team of skilled professionals, and to touch a life? Please visit our careers page for more information on available positions.


Eisenhower Center on Good Morning America

Today, Good Morning America met with our partners at the After the Impact Fund to discuss Eisenhower Center’s innovative After the Impact Program, and our Jacksonville, FL facility. Check out their interview with NFL Hall of Famer Michael Strahan below. There you can learn a little more about our work, and about the struggles military veterans, first responders, and professional athletes can experience. Also check out the article linked here, which talks with Gerald McRath, a former NFL player who discusses his experiences and struggles over the past few years.

Want to learn more about Eisenhower Center’s unique programming? Or are you interested in getting involved? Use the information provided on the Contact Us page to reach us.

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