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Beyond Surviving: Fatigue and Energy Management

May 11th, 2018|Blog|

We have all hit the wall at some point in our lives where we just can’t keep going. It’s like walking into a plate glass door – it stops you cold.

Survivors of traumatic brain injuries experience these moments more frequently, even making it hard for some folks to get […]

Alternative Therapies: A Different Approach to Healing TBI

April 13th, 2018|Blog|

Navigating the healthcare system is a tough road to travel, add in a head injury and the road becomes filled with potholes and obstacles. Head injuries are called invisible injuries for a reason, as many people, including doctors, do not recognize the symptoms and often dismiss concussions as a […]

When and How to Disclose Your TBI

March 9th, 2018|Blog|

Survivor Series #3—Disclosure with Nancy Freeman, Facilitator

Disclosure. It’s a touchy subject especially when you have an “invisible injury,” such as a Traumatic Brain Injury. Yes, it can be easier to disclose your injury to friends and family as opposed to an employer or co-workers, but disclosure can work to […]

Keys to Re-empowerment after a Brain Injury

February 9th, 2018|Blog|

Keys to Re-empowerment after a Brain Injury

Our bodies want to naturally heal and operate at optimal condition. Take that little cut on your finger, for example. You don’t have to do much except keep it clean and covered, and voila! Your body mends itself to create a new barrier […]

Successful Survivor Panel: Living with a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

January 12th, 2018|Blog|

Being part of a community may be just what the doctor ordered.

More and more medical research is revealing the health benefits of social connection, which has been proven to have the same benefits as exercising and quitting smoking.

Having a sense of belonging is also being touted as aiding in […]

Brain Fog

April 30th, 2016|Blog|

For me, brain fog was like walking in molasses. That’s how I would describe my mental state after my MTBI, caused by a horse accident in 2001. Before my brain injury, I was high functioning, organized and had a great memory. For example, after the accident, I thought I could work on my Quicken accounting […]