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March 28, 2018

There are many work options for people with brain injury depending on their skills and abilities. Matching the right job to the person's strengths is key for a successful work experience.

 

By definition, working is the activity involving mental or physical effort in ord...

March 28, 2018

I am smarter than you think I am.

I would like to go on a sailboat and feel the wind on my face.

How much I miss your laughter.

I would like to cook breakfast for you, if you show me how. 

You drive too fast, and it scares me.

I like when you brush my hair.

I want you to sin...

March 11, 2018

Imagine waking up tomorrow and not being able to walk.

Imagine trying to speak but words get tangled. 

Imagine not remembering who you are.

Imagine your independence being stripped away with a single catastrophic event.

Brain injury is real.

It can happen to anyone, an...

February 1, 2018

1. I wouldn't have know you had an accident unless you told me.

This is by far the most common observation people make aloud to someone with a brain injury. While it could be meant as a compliment, it is quite the opposite. This is like saying, "I can tell something hap...

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