Hinds’ Feet Farm celebrates 10th anniversary on July 18

Press release from Hinds’ Feet Farm:

Hinds’ Feet Farm will be celebrating their 10-year anniversary in Asheville on Thursday, July 18. A celebration luncheon will be occurring at 375 Hendersonville Road, Asheville, NC 28803 (Foster Seventh Day Adventist Church) from 12:00-2:00 p.m., and the media is invited to join. We are currently serving 34 individuals in the Asheville day program.

Founded in 2000, Hinds’ Feet Farm is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving adults with brain injuries. Our mission is to maximize the potential of our members with integrated, unique and holistic programs; enabling them to pursue meaningful activities while developing a sense of belonging at home and in the surrounding communities. Each of our unique and innovative programs focus on quality of life for the members we serve and their families. Hinds’ Feet Farm operates two residential programs and a day program in Huntersville and a day program in Asheville.

Each year more than two and a half million people suffer some form of a traumatic brain injury, with many survivors requiring a high level of long-term care and ongoing therapy. “People and families get discharged from outpatient therapy and rehabilitation facilities with no idea what to do next – where to go, who to contact, and how to proceed. We help them.” – Marty Foil, Executive Director

For more information about our programs, please visit www.hindsfeetfarm.org.

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