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.
Tag: Hilary Pearson
Whatever makes you happy: Occupational therapy practices for independence and community reintegration
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: A close up photo of a common zinnia, a purple flower with yellow stigmas at the centre and … More
The Mindful Doorway: Modified Yoga, Mindfulness, and Research Supported Methods for Brain Injury Recovery (Community Meeting Recap with Love Your Brain Yoga)
Featured Image Description: Picture of Shiloh Zeller, a woman with medium length brown hair, with bangs, smiling at the camera. … More
Braver than I thought￼￼
BY: HILARY PEARSON I didn’t think attending a wedding with a brain injury was possible for me. Last year I … More
Hopscotch – Looking back at Toronto Pride in 2019 as a person with ABI
BY: HILARY PEARSON “Should I go alone?” My eyes flicker to my laptop screen. 2:04 PM “It started at two.” … More
BY: HILARY PEARSON Hospital life. Nerve block injections. 12 needles in my head. 12 injections of Bupivicaine. 2 injections in … More
Review: Cracked the Musical
BY: HILARY PEARSON One thing about this pandemic, there has been no shortage of creativity taking place online. Shot with … More
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