Novi Supports Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness Month
Release date: Friday, February 24, 2017
Contact: Nathan Mueller, Communications Specialist (248) 347-0431
Novi, Michigan, February 24, 2017 – The City of Novi is proud to partner with Cassell and Associates to bring awareness to survivors of traumatic brain injuries by showcasing their clients’ artwork in the Novi Civic Center Atrium from March 1 through March 31.
The opening will take place on Friday, March 3 from 3-5pm in the Novi Civic Center Atrium
. The artists and their families will be present to greet the community and State Rep. Kathy Crawford will be on site to provide remarks.
Clients of Cassell and Associates, whose work helps brain injury survivors more beyond survival to a life filled with purpose, triumph and pride, have been working on their pieces since last fall. Included in the exhibit are watercolors, acrylics and pottery pieces available for showing and purchasing.
Since 1989, Cassell & Associates has been providing satisfying and meaningful vocational opportunities for clients with traumatic brain injuries. Their primary goal is to provide a fun, yet challenging and low-stress work environment that allows their clients to continue to gradually heal and rehabilitate on mental, physical, and emotional levels. By providing them with creative and non-traditional work opportunities, clients are better able to adjust and further develop lives filled with purpose, integrity, kindness, and joy.
For information about the Novi Civic Center Atrium Gallery
and other art opportunities in Novi, please contact the Novi Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services office at 248-347-0400.
Exhibit showcasing artwork created by clients of Cassell and Associates on display at the Novi Civic Center Atrium Gallery March 1-31.