I am a brain injury Survivor, Family/Caregiver or professional
What do you find most difficult living with a brain injury
my son, Ben survived a TBI on Sept 5, 2008 from an assault. He has been in 2 different rehabs, has learned to walk, feed himself etc. He is home now and at times I feel I am not helping him enough. We seem to argue alot.
are you on another social network such as facebook, so we can varify your a real person trying to apply
I love my son very much and hate that his friends have deserted him
what is most important that you learn about brain injury
Help after TBI
my or my families brain injury is concidered
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I'm so sorry to hear about your son's tragedy. It is terrible what people can do to others. I've had a number of experiences since my TBI which have shown how the darkness of just a few try to upset the light of the vastly greater number of those who do good. I hope life will now treat you, your son and all around the best!
I learned (among everything else) to write and record music some time after my TBI. You can read about my experience in my bio on the music site and hear a few of my songs (some not quite finished) there too, or on this music website. It'd be great to hear what you think.
I will be presenting at the annual convention of the Brain Injury Association of Wisconsin on May 9. It has been a long hard road and though still difficult it is important to recognize even the smallest of good.
All cases are different in what is wrong and how it is best dealt with. But i wonder if anyone has a thought on making themselves better internally. Is it possible after brain injury to evolve and just step back into life. Is it just mind over matter to accomplish such things. My case is bad in that i have no memory of recovery process or how i came to this stage but im here. Memory issues and social anxiety are the real issues. See More
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