Are You Shocked by Brain Injury? That’s Not a Bad Thing
My exposure to brain injury has been a journey in education and life lessons. Connected to the brain injury community by circumstance, coincidence, and the universe speaking (loudly) for the past few years, I’ve learned some things.
Why Aquatic Therapy?
Learn how water helps break the cycle of chronic pain after TBI.
Educating Others About Slurred Speech After Brain Injury
Here are ideas to help others understand why you talk slowly or with difficulty.
It can take years to accept a loved one’s afterlife, and it may take a decade. I’m not talking about life after death; I’m talking about life after a family member’s brain injury.
Retired Soccer Star Briana Scurry on Sharing "Her Hell"
For a long time after her injury, soccer great Briana Scurry "hid her hell." Now, she knows that that was not the right thing to do and she wants to teach others to become more open and understanding about concussion.
Relationships After Brain Injury — Where There's Life, There's Hope
Relationships often change after a TBI, and sometimes the losses can be painful. BrainLine blogger, David Grant, shares his story.
The Four "Baskets" of Concussion Symptoms
Dr. Robert Cantu explains the four "baskets" of concussion symptoms parents should know about: emotional, cognitive, sleep, and physical.