Giving hope and strength to the Gibsons

Oct 9, 2015 | News & Events

Rob Gibson

Last November, a seemingly healthy and fit young man named Rob Gibson went for a run and suddenly collapsed with a major heart attack. The situation was so severe, it resulted in a traumatic brain injury and Rob was left in a coma. His neurologist told the family that Rob had all but died that day.

Slowly and miraculously, Rob battled back and is now ambulatory but still suffers from serious issues that come along with a traumatic brain injury. Currently, Rob has a long road of recovery ahead in terms of rebuilding the cognitive capabilities that will allow him to lead a normal life.

Thanks to our donors, Hope Strengthens Foundation has provided Rob, his wife Erin, and their two young children, Ellia and Isaiah with support by covering specific medical needs that insurance will not cover, including Neurofeedback and audiotraining that can assist Rob’s brain to maintain its natural systems of self-regulation and balance.

We have also provided the resources necessarily to cover the cost of a membership for the family at a local YMCA that includes personalized training sessions that help Rob continue on his road to recovery.

You can continue to help Rob thrive. $30 will cover the cost of a personalized training session and $85 will pay for a Neurofeedback and audiotraining session. Donate now by visiting: