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#BrainQA, Question 17: What’s improved since the early days of your brain injury?

#BrainQA: Q&A to bring brain injury survivors together and to raise brain injury awareness. Every Monday at 8pm (UK time) on facebook, twitter and instagram The following answers are users from facebook, twitter and instagram, thank you everyone for answering!  What’s improved since the early days of your brain injury? ‘I can read! I can (usually) grocery… Continue reading #BrainQA, Question 17: What’s improved since the early days of your brain injury?

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#BrainQA, Question 16: Do you like talking about your brain injury?

#BrainQA: Q&A to bring brain injury survivors together and to raise brain injury awareness. Every Monday at 8pm (UK time) on facebook, twitter and instagram The following answers are users from facebook, twitter and instagram, thank you everyone for answering! Do you like talking about your brain injury? ‘ES! I want to be in schools. Show today’s… Continue reading #BrainQA, Question 16: Do you like talking about your brain injury?

Headaches and Pain · Personal Blog Posts

Headaches and pain after (traumatic) brain injury

I haven’t written much about the pain of living with a brain injury, I think this is because I am just so used to living with it. I imagine most of you are? The past few months however I’ve been experiencing new forms of pain and headaches, as well as talking about it which makes… Continue reading Headaches and pain after (traumatic) brain injury

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Learning after a brain injury

Little brain injury emoji I knitted! You can buy these in the shop for £6 This is my first proper blog post since November, sorry everyone. It’s with good reason though… I’ve been busy learning how to knit! I’d like to share my experiences with learning since my brain injury and what I’ve discovered along the… Continue reading Learning after a brain injury

Apps That Simplify Life With a Brain Injury · Useful Links

Apps that simplify living with a brain injury, part one: Password Managers

‘New password cannot be the same as your old password’ ‘Password does not contain enough characters’ ‘Password must be 8 characters including 1 uppercase letter and 1 special character’ We all know these frustrations… They’ve happened daily with me and with many logins. It’s the same for every person living with a brain injury. Do not… Continue reading Apps that simplify living with a brain injury, part one: Password Managers

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Mementos that take me back to the early days of my brain injury

My memory box: An old wooden box for J&J Colman’s Mustard found in the loft of my first student house, a perfect box to hold my memories and mementos as it is a memory itself. Holding old notebooks, old sketchbooks, exhibition leaflets from my time as a Fine Art student, birthday cards, Christmas cards, messy… Continue reading Mementos that take me back to the early days of my brain injury

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#BrainQA, Question 15: How often do you get overwhelmed?

#BrainQA: Q&A to bring brain injury survivors together and to raise brain injury awareness. Every Monday at 8pm (UK time) on facebook, twitter and instagram The following answers are users from facebook, twitter and instagram, thank you everyone for answering! How often do you get overwhelmed? ‘Every time someone talks to me without taking a breathing break.… Continue reading #BrainQA, Question 15: How often do you get overwhelmed?

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Boring self care Nov: Dishes

Boring Self Care Nov (#boringselfcarenov) A project by Hannah Daisy, an occupational therapist based in the UK. Hannah would like to raise awareness on occupational therapy ‘Practically no one knows what an occupational therapy (OT) is or what we do. Even some people I work with.’ and because I had such an excellent occupational therapist after… Continue reading Boring self care Nov: Dishes

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Boring self care Nov: Laundry

Boring Self Care Nov: A project by Hannah Daisy, an occupational therapist based in the UK. Hannah would like to raise awareness on occupational therapy ‘Practically no one knows what an occupational therapy (OT) is or what we do. Even some people I work with.’ and because I had such an excellent occupational therapist after… Continue reading Boring self care Nov: Laundry

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How did your brain injury happen? Final results

#BrainQA question fourteen was ‘How did your brain injury happen?’ There was a whopping 352 answers for this and I thank you all for your bravery when sharing your stories. Organising them into categories with a separate blog post for each category and sharing one each day I believe we did such a great job of… Continue reading How did your brain injury happen? Final results