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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 [...]

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 [...]

Expand Your Community by Becoming Accessible

December 12th, 2020|Blog|

Gayann Brandenburg says creating access to buildings, events and transportation can help businesses by including people with physical and intellectual disabilities. Expand Your Community by Becoming Accessible By Eliza Marie Somers If COVID-19 has taught [...]

Strategies to Combat Cognitive Fatigue

November 3rd, 2020|Blog|

Co-founder of The Brain Injury Hope Foundation Mary Ann Keatley explains the Energy Pie during the October 2020 Survivor Series via Zoom. By Eliza Marie Somers We’ve all experienced exhaustion: When we are so tried [...]

Self-care Crucial for Caregivers’ Health

October 22nd, 2020|Blog|

Joanne Cohen, vice president of the Brain Injury Hope Foundation, says caregivers also face grief. For more information on grief and brain injuries, please see our two blogs on the subject. Gaining Your Power Back [...]

Eat to Thrive after a Brain Injury

September 23rd, 2020|Blog|

The Brain Injury Hope Foundation recommends that you please consult your physician for all medical advice. And please remember, the statements in this blog post are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Brain [...]

Gaining Your Power Back with Counseling after Brain Injury

July 27th, 2020|Blog|

BIHF Vice President Joanne Cohen, top left, Rita Coalson, MA, LPC NCC, and BIHF President Gayann Brandenburg, bottom, facilitate the Benefits of Counseling Following a Traumatic or Acquired Brain Injury on July 17, 2020.  Counseling [...]

13 Keys to Re-empowerment During the Pandemic

June 25th, 2020|Blog|

13 Keys to Re-empowerment During the Pandemic Getting Hit, Getting Up, Moving Beyond and Making a Difference Graphic recording  To describe the year 2020 as vexing, exasperating and terrifying is an understatement as the coronavirus [...]