Thanks Ed, I have seen you on the bias site in board members, I am working with craig and sha as we are getting to launch our support group in march. It is not associated with the BIA but with TBI WA survivor network, I have went to groups in tacoma and yakima with craig to see how they do there group. But we are very excited to get going years ago the bia had a group her but due to lack of support it fell apart. We have a very good support now with our local health department and connection we have made through this network. But lets keep in the loop so we all can keep learning.
I was Angela Betancourt for less than a year before my husband was killed in the car accident where I sustained the TBI. I was a widow with his name for much longer than we were married, for the past five years. On the last day of the Tucker family reunion, I announced that I'm legally returning to my maiden name. Angela Leigh Tucker, who was born in Alabama. Friends and family ask how it feels. Truthfully, I feel freed from the daily reminder of what I lost. Of who I lost. I embrace my…See More
"When I logged onto Lumosity in 2009, my BPI (Brain Performance Index) was 421. I had no idea how bad that score was. Last week, my BPI was 1,400! I train consistently four or five mornings a week. I often use my scores as a…"
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