I often thought I would have fared better had my leg or arm been broken, an injury the helpers could see, and empathize with. Instead this invisible injury was to be diagnosed by what I could no longer do.
Finding goals and discovering routines to reduce anxiety
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Discovering the beauty that surrounds us and the importance it places on us.
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Just remember to be patient when you are becoming someone you haven’t been before.
This article discusses the role of a Speech-Language Pathologist in rehabilitation and how they can help you recover after an acquired brain injury.
Decisions may be difficult for individuals with a brain injury and the addition of unpredictability of COVID-19 may make decisions more complicated.
Through TBI there might be battles to overcome but it does not mean you’re broken, take time to slow down and appreciate the little things.