Concussion Talk Blog
I write my own blog, and have done so for the past four years. I write about life since my brain injury and about brain injury in sports and society.
Surviving Traumatic Brain Injury
I wasn’t a TBI-Survivor spouse – until I was. In January 2005 my husband, David, and I began a new journey. We weren’t prepared. No colorful brochures of exotic places cluttered our tables. No flight or cruise reservations made. No suitcases packed. But when TBI came knocking, we answered.
Who Am I To Stop It Community Arts Blog
This blog goes with a documentary film on artists with brain injuries called “Who Am I To Stop It.” Blog features guest artists with disabilities and discussions of brain injury culture and disability culture in the media.
Stories from the brainreels podcast
Monthly streaming radio interview show hosted by Cheryl Green (peer with TBI) covers arts, activism and culture. Most guests have a brain injury or disability.
Brain Injury Radio Network
Brain Injury Radio Network is a network of survivors everywhere sharing their unique message to others everywhere connecting the world one survivor at a time. Call-in and interview streaming radio shows seven nights a week hosted by brain injury survivors.
On September 9, 2013 at 10:22 PM, the world changed forever. It could have been a lot worse, but it took a lot of fighting, courage, pain and a miracle to make it through. This book is a raw look at the daily drama that unfolds when a loved one is injured in a car crash. With the worst kind of brain injury one can sustain and less than 1% survival rate, she kicked it. I should say, we did. We fought and won. We have a long way to go but we will make it. This is sad and gut wrenching at first, but then you feel like you are there and you see a miracle occur before your eyes. It is a great read. Have some tissues handy at first though. It has a great ending!
Traumatic Brain Injury Resource – Bowersox
A site on Traumatic brain injuries encompassing the definition, signs and symptoms along with tips for parents and teachers.
TraumaticBrainInjury.com is a project of Traumatic Brain Injury.com, LLC. The site is sponsored by and paid for by the law firm of Cohen, Placitella and Roth, P.C., with offices in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
The mission of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke is to reduce the burden of neurological disease – a burden borne by every age group, by every segment of society, by people all over the world.
Collaborating to create the expertise, information, and tools that people and communities need to protect their health – through health promotion, prevention of disease, injury and disability, and preparedness for new health threats.
Think of us as an online space where you can connect, share news, and receive support. It’s your very own health social network, coming together on your personalized website. And thanks to those who donate, we are available 24/7 to anyone, anywhere, at no cost.
Ideal for people with some degree of hearing loss, the Captioned Telephone, or CapTel, works like any other telephone with one important addition: It displays every word the caller says throughout the conversation.
Craig Sears Web Site
My name is Craig Sears I am a Survivor of a Traumatic Brain Injury.
My advocacy started as means to overcome my own difficulties. It’s become my mission to make sure that no one else has to go through what I have. This is my story.
An aimless youth experiences a traumatic brain injury (18 years ago) that resets his priorities and gets him on the path to discover the educational system, life, and God.
I am a Community Advocate my goals are to try to Educate people about traumatic brain injury, and also help other traumatic brain injury survivors and other individual’s with disabilities.
Mild traumatic brain injury may cause temporary dysfunction of brain cells. More serious traumatic brain injury can result in bruising, torn tissues, bleeding and other physical damage to the brain that can result in long-term complications or death.
A social network for survivors and families to share experiences in a safe environment creating a community one survivors at a time.
Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor is a Harvard-trained and published neuroanatomist who experienced a severe hemorrhage in the left hemisphere of her brain in 1996.
“Avoiding Adverse Drug Reactions: Tips for the Elderly” The post discusses drug interactions, accidental overdose, adverse effects and allergic reactions.