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Spirituality and Creativity: Pathways Following Brain Injury

October 8th, 2021|Blog|

BIHF co-founder Dr. Mary Ann Keatley notes that Our brain is like a radio dial, and after a TBI, many survivors say they feel like they are in a fog because of being in this state [...]

Brain Injury Treatment Panel: Therapies to Assist the BI Community

September 10th, 2021|Blog|

Survivor Series panelists and facilitators, top left to right: Facilitator Gayann Brandenburg, Equine Therapist Terri Mongait, Facilitator Joanne Cohen; bottom left to right: Spiritual Mentor Kevin Skillen, Grief Counselor Rita Coalson, Pediatric TBI Specialist David [...]

Technology Tools for Cognitive Performance

August 13th, 2021|Blog|

Co-founder of BEST Michelle Ranae Wild and her team developed a suite of five applications for the brain injury community. Technology Tools for Cognitive Performance By Eliza Marie Somers Technology can be daunting for many [...]

Navigating the Legal System for BI Survivors

July 9th, 2021|Blog|

Attorney Rebecca Albano reveals tips on how to pick a lawyer during the Brain Injury Hope Foundation’s July 9, 2021, Survivor Series. THE INFORMATION ENCLOSED HEREIN IS NOT LEGAL ADVICE AND MS. ALBANO IS NOT [...]

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 [...]

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

May 12th, 2021|Blog|

Photo by Matt Noble via Unsplash 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 [...]

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, [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]