This interview that was conducted with Lacey Fuller examines how she overcame her fears and struggles of her diagnosis of Post-Concussion Syndrome. She mentions how staying slightly active helped her thrive through rehabilitation and being able to return to sport.
It messes you up this invisible injury. Making decisions and solving problems takes a lot of energy which can be challenging for people with TBI.
Jeff spent 4 years in the 1980s racing Enduro Stock Cars, which he says are the ‘lowest, cheapest, and by far the most aggressive division in short track stock car racing.’ Back then, drivers were allowed to crash into each other going 100 km/hr. Add on years of hockey and a car collision, and that’s a lot of hits to the head. Read Jeff’s story about living with Traumatic Brain Injury.
I am introducing myself with two of these powerful words: “I am.” (What you choose to add after them could change your destiny for the day, for the months to come and for the rest of your life).
BY: STELLA SLOAN This day was unlike any other. It was New Years Day; January 1, 1982 and I was … More
BY: JARU My name is Jaru and I am a brain injury survivor. My name is Jaru and I am … More
BY: STEVEN EDELMAN I imagine Bill Buckner must have repeatedly asked the ‘What if?’ question to himself for years after the … More
BY: HILARY PEARSON One thing most of us have learnt during this pandemic: germs can spread as far as six … More
BY: LOGAN JUNG-RITCHIE Hello everyone, my name is Logan and I live and work here in Toronto with my wife … More
BY: ALYSON ROGERS A brain injury can come with a variety of symptoms, from visual disturbances to changes in personality. … More