Hosted at the Gateway Science Museum
Celebrating the technological advancement and history in our journey to the moon, as well as the steps necessary to achieve a future Mars landing.
"Join us for this interactive multimedia experience and be immediately transported to a rich visual and audial landscape evocative of space itself. Enter a 1969-era living room to view vintage footage of the moon landing. Spend some time in the Moon Café for film, audio, live performances and discussions. Engage with hands-on, minds-on activities that delve into the forces working against the human body in extreme environments: temperature, pressure, lack of gravity, lack of oxygen. Explore solutions to these dilemmas." -Gateway Science Museum
The Brain Injury Coalition is a non-profit organization of individuals with brain injury, family caregivers, and professionals who:
Provide education about brain injury to the community.
Provide information and referral to services specific to brain injury.
Advocate for brain injury survivors and their caregivers.
Maintain a website that provides access to publications and various resources.
Maintain a lending library of DVDs related to brain injury.
The Brain Injury Coalition is an advocacy and educational organization dedicated to promoting brain injury awareness and creating opportunities for individuals with brain injury, their caregivers, and families.
Individuals with brain injury — accepted, supported, integrated.