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Brain Injury is the leading cause of death and disability yet largely unknown. Here at brain injury radio listen to shows every-night of those living with the effects of brain injury a different set of hosts every night! Something for everyone over 1000 episodes archived for your listening convenience .

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December is loaded with life atone births, and history way back past Nostradomus. How's Jesus Christ to start with, on the 25th. Nostro's birthday is Dec 14th, predictable each year since 1503. Army-Navy started playing a yearly football game in 1870. And, get this November fans - Thanksgiving was first officially celebrated in America in 1619. A true American hero - Woody Duffin, Sr. was born on Dec 5th, then two days following the young sailor's 20th birthday, his USS California was attacked at Pearl Harbor. He survived, as well as 17 of 21 trapped shipmates in a room full of swelling oil due to his ability to escape to help. That's what Bronze Stars are made of. I'll touch on some Coping Skills. Brain Injury Coping Skills. Life Skills. What? Dunno yet. Let's see how the day goes and discuss our success or failures of Brain Injury Recovery. All is good, but get started EARLY after your injury in total therapy. Go slow, repeat if need be, practice the ''home work'' and learn how the frustrations can disappear - most the time, not always. Uh, its a BRAIN INJURY we are deal with hear. So, Class, class. Be seated, please. Class? Class. SHUTUP! Thank you. Yep, Sister Mary Elephant was created by Cheech & Chong in December 1971. Better yet, shut me up, call in (424)243-9540. The 'Staff' has put together a historical music blend of Rock, Country Rock so we can roll. TBI themed songs rock my world. I bet there are some you wouldn't believe was written before you 'brain issues'. And thank you Les Paul Morgan, for some banged head reason, I avoided music therapy for five years following my accident. He pushed my YouTube buttons. THAT"S how hard God hit me in the head....
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I'm proud to announce my partnership with the great Brain Injury Radio Team on Blogtalkradio... I will be doing a show there called Late Night with Joeygiggles every Saturday Night 10-1 am EST... featuring Kimmy Simonsen Please join me... more

This is about how M.S. changed my life. MS is the most debilitating neurological disease. When I discovered that I was diagnosed with it, it changed my life. I only knew to continue approaching life the way I always had: as a survivor! That... more

Tonight we will discuss the nature of the mind, body and soul before and after any trauma. How to recognize your true feelings and what steps one can take towards acceptance and survival. Hi, my name is Isis Serran-Pagan. I am a TBI... more

I will talk the full show about my stroke and how it has impacted my life and what I am doing now. So call in or sign into chat and talk with me ask questions. I can keep talking but let's be real.....over and hour of just me talking about me... more

Special Thanksgiving Edition with Kim Justus. Bring your L-Tryptophn, spirit of Thanksgiving and your homework! In spite of how you take the holidays, in light or darkness, jot down 6 things you are grateful for. Put some serious thought into... more

Dream Catchers - The Attitude of Excellence - with Les Paul Morgan It's time for each of us to Expectant Attitude of Excellence fully and truly believing and expecting good and great things are going to happen in our lives! I believe very... more

When we're kids, the holidays usually represent joy and wonder, excitement and extra activity. Not for all, but for many of us. For other less fortunate kids, the desire for those emotions is there. As an adult survivor of brain injury and the... more

As Promised, TBI Social Skills is presented in its entirety. Or close. We can always finish up. Because our social skills followinng a Brain Injury, much like our physical or occupattional skills have been drawn back to Day 1 of life, must be... more

Why settle for staring out the window, watching the world sped by? Parkinson's may slow us down, but that doesn't mean we stop living life to the fullest. There are no ordinary moments, each one is a golden gift. Join host Mick Beaman... more
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