Just remember to be patient when you are becoming someone you haven’t been before.
Decisions may be difficult for individuals with a brain injury and the addition of unpredictability of COVID-19 may make decisions more complicated.
Thriving after a brain injury in discovering a goal in life that brings meaning to what you have to personally offer to the world.
BY: HILARY PEARSON I didn’t think attending a wedding with a brain injury was possible for me. Last year I … More
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.
Our May, 2021 Community Meeting focused on Race and Brain Injury, featuring speaker Samira Omar. May Community Meeting Recap: Intersectionality … More
BY: KIM VO There are over half a million people living in Ontario who have a brain injury, and this … More
BY: ELIZABETH MacGREGOR No, I cannot spend more than two hours having lunch. No, you cannot talk to me endlessly … More
BY: HILARY PEARSON Hospital life. Nerve block injections. 12 needles in my head. 12 injections of Bupivicaine. 2 injections in … More
BY: NATHALIN MOY To anyone who has had a concussion, I hope this reminder encourages you in these strange times: … More