Guest Blogs · Living with someone who has a brain injury

Living With Someone Who Has a Brain Injury: Guest Blog Post, Paula and Bill

Paula Christensen and Bill Bom both have brain injuries. Paula suffered three TBIs: Two severe diffuse axonal injuries (DAI) and her third was frontal lobe damage. Bill has chemo fog which is diminishing his brain little by little. They met three years after Paula’s second when she was still having seizures and learning to walk etc. He was… Continue reading Living With Someone Who Has a Brain Injury: Guest Blog Post, Paula and Bill

Guest Blogs · Living with someone who has a brain injury

Living With Someone Who Has a Brain Injury: Guest Blog Post, Stephen and Naomi

What is the hardest thing about living with someone who has a brain injury? Being empathetic towards Naomi; the most trivial task, experience of event can be a hugely different experience for her. Trying to understand the struggles that she has and accommodate them while not being overbearing and sometimes condescending is very difficult and… Continue reading Living With Someone Who Has a Brain Injury: Guest Blog Post, Stephen and Naomi

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Brian’s Speech on Brain Injury at His Local College 

Do you remember Brian’s Story? His was the first story published on the website! Well, since then it’s received a lot of attention! He says:  ‘Thank you again for publishing my article. This article may get me into the local newspaper or on a local news station. The article got me a speaking gig at… Continue reading Brian’s Speech on Brain Injury at His Local College 

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Jamie’s Story – Q&A

Do you remember Jamie’s amazing story of how her right brain stem made her entire right side paralysed and how through recovery she gained movement back and is now snowboarding again? Well, after talking for a while via email we agreed to do a Q&A. For such a long story of recovery and motivation her… Continue reading Jamie’s Story – Q&A