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The Mindset of Resilience for the Brain Injury Community

June 11th, 2021|Blog|

A Positive Attitude Can Carry You Through Tough Times

By Eliza Marie Somers

We humans love routine, but after a brain injury, nothing seems routine. The simple act of brushing your teeth or making breakfast is anything but routine. How many times have you picked up something other than the toothpaste and started to put it on […]

Brain Injury Treatment Panel: Concussive Events and Their Impact On Vision

May 12th, 2021|Blog|

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Brain Injury Treatment Panel: Concussive Events and Their Impact On Vision

By Eliza Marie Somers

You may have heard the phrase: “The ayes have it,” however, for the brain injury community it’s the EYES that have it.

Dr. Amy Elsila, OD said she was […]

Employment: Making It Work for You!

April 23rd, 2021|Blog|

Susan Wehrspann helps TBI survivors find work through her company Wehrspann & Associates.

Free Resources Available for Job Seekers By Eliza Marie Somers If applying for jobs and getting back to work has you overwhelmed, especially after a brain injury, don’t fret, there are plenty […]

Memory Can Be Repaired, Even Years After a TBI

March 30th, 2021|Blog|

Brain Injury Hope Foundation co-founder Dr. Mary Ann Keatley says memory can sometimes be restored in mTBI survivors with a little work and dedication to therapy. “It can be five minutes a few times a week,” she said of therapy.

Memory Can Be Repaired, Even Years After […]

Importance of Community after a TBI

March 11th, 2021|Blog|

JoAnne Silver Jones says she has found a new appreciation for the relationships in her life after her brain injury.

Importance of Community after a TBI

By Eliza Marie Somers

Cultivating connections and staying active in a community are common threads that help survivors of traumatic brain […]

Hobbies, Mindfulness, Kindness Help Survivors During Pandemic

January 11th, 2021|Blog|

Kevin Thompson got a puppy, Sla’inte (pronounced slan-cha), during the pandemic to keep him company.

Hobbies, Mindfulness, Kindness Help Survivors During Pandemic

By Eliza Marie Somers

During the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic, Joanne Cohen kicked off the Brain Injury Hope Foundation’s Zoom Survivor Series seminars with 13 rays […]