Conquering the Great Divide
I am one person who experienced a rather extreme trauma. I will always look at my life as “before and after.” I deem that to be a healthy mindset, one shared by most anyone who has lived through a life-altering event. But I’m tired of a mindset that separates me from the rest of...
We often hear how differently survivors emerge from their experience, but one of the most unexpected outcomes in our post-TBI life is how vastly I have changed too. Why is it that caregivers, like survivors, also feel like new people?
What You Need to Know in the Immediate Aftermath of Injury
A useful list to help other families and caregivers, created by a long-time caregiver.
Dr. James Kelly Talks About Areas of the Brain Affected by Concussion
What happens in the brain after a mild TBI?
Today I Found a Letter to Myself
I found something special—a letter I’d hand written to myself marked: To be opened six months later. I don’t have any memory of writing the letter, but when I read it all these years later, I was pretty impressed with what I had to say. Especially since I remember that when...
Not Just a Special-Needs Mom
When you bring normalcy to your own life, the kids can have more normalcy, too, says Nicole Wight.
Vision Is Our Dominant Sense
Find out more about vision problems that can occur after a brain injury.