This is an opportunity for you to Share your story with us. How you survived a TBI. We are looking for those who thrive by doing what they love and pay it forward in the community.Our Goal for 2013 is to reach 100,000 centers, schools, churches and shelters in 53 states reaching over 25,000 cities in the United States alone and expand down under to Australia and across to Europe.Survivors Pay it Forward (SPIF), is an online advocacy and community operated for and by survivors. We are a USA…See More
Eastern Washington Community Town Hall MeetingFor those living with and support family members of those living with disabilities.For our elected officials and for us to get to know each other before politics happen this year. We invited every legislator and senator from rgion 3, 4 , 6, 7 and 9 we will let people know who took it serious and maybe rock a vote this year…See More
"Good Day Charles! Wow thank you for sharing your life adventure with me! I say adventure cause it makes us unique to endure what few understand and to survive and un-known umm..disease no that sounds bad..."challenge" if I may call it. I…"
"Casey - I do believe I can relate to small aspects of what you are discussing. When you say it really interferes with your concentration levels, I can understand parts of that. I was born with Inattentive ADHD due to a non-normal, three…"
I'd like to know if anyone also has dysautonomia spells after their TBI. Most doctors/ therapist think it's a foggy symptom I'm describing, but actually I encountered a therapist who agrees with even MTBI dysautonomia can be present and sometimes a…See More
"Matt congrats on your hard work and fight! And as a new and better Matt :) I can only imagine how hard it must have been. Thanks for the post and encouragement. I'm almost 6 month out from my SIS TBI and it's encouraging to hear your story…"
"Thanks James! What a blessing it was to read your post because this past week I had a few "lows" as I'm sure you know about these days. I found myself questioning again why God let me live through my accident as I sit on my porch in…"
"Keep your head up. It does get better over time, but you have to be patient and you have to work at strengthening your mind, while allowing (and I stress this) it to recover. I am five years removed from a moderate TBI and spinal cord…"