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People have heard about brain injury but they really don't think about until it happens to them, which at that point it is all they or anyone they know can talk about. It is a sinister injury that can change everything in a blink of an eye, and as it goes on misunderstood the dark side of a person a new person starts to emerge, spouses suddenly in a relationship with a stranger, even the survivor does not know themselves. Lost alone and frightened learn about it before it’s too late, before it can take you or a loved one’s life away forever, the more you know the better you will be. You are not along there are millions of us among you. We represent over 70% of those in prison and even more of the homeless. Together we can stop the devastating effects of this sinister injury that can last a life time. One that is big business over 75 billion a year, where the rich control the destiny of the lost for a buck. Let us make a world where we are accepted not jailed or isolated, empowered not controlled. One where we embrace this new person to be a better, braver, strong more creative and productive part of society.

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Help the world see what brain injury is really like, learn how to book this movie in your area letw change things together WHO AM I TO STOP IT, a film on isolation, art, and transformation, witnesses the complexities of identity and life with disabilities from traumatic brain injury (TBI). Made by a filmmaker with TBI, the film offers an intimate look into disability, sexuality, spirituality, poverty, family, and community. Three TBI survivors use the arts to navigate and adapt to a world filled with disability stigma. WHO AM I TO STOP IT asks difficult questions around identity after rehabilitation ends. We look beyond medical aspects of TBI to explore survivors' personal narratives and passionate self-advocacy through the arts. here is a short trailer http://vimeo.com/155924543#t=NaNs "This film will contribute stimulating, contemporary subject matter across disciplines of the sciences, arts, and humanities." --Ann Millett-Gallant, PhD, UNC-Greensboro, Author The Disabled Body in Contemporary Art
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Katie Iocona - sports and leisure programs coordinator - on Dream Catchers Hello everyone we have a great guest tonight on Dream Catchers with LesPaul; Katie Iocona is the adaptive sports and leisure programs coordinator for Walton... more

Please tune into the #BrainInjuryRadio show: #TBIOneLoveRadio starting at 7pm PT/9CT/10Est to discuss Survivor's unique TBI adventures, awareness/prevention, inspiring others and making a positive change world wide! This month we are... more

I'm so happy, I love returning guests over the years so we can all catch up. Well Sharen Wendy Robertson, a single mom who put herself through Harvard University, raised four children, was the star of Boston childrens ''The Story... more

Tonight on BIRN Internet Radio with have best selling author Nick Arnette LIVE from 11:30-12:30 AM EST. I will be discussing an empowering number of topics and how to donate to JGF Organization Website: NickArnette.com

M.S. 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 does not imply that I did not... more

Hello EVERYONE!!! I pray and hope that you and your loved ones are doing safe and well. Please join me tonight, 7pm PCT/ 10pm EST. for a LIVE and AMAZING SHOW!! With all the crazy turmoils within our world, it is so unfortunate to see... more

Romina was 36 yrs old when she had er stroke. Listen to her journey, 8 yrs out. She had an undiagnosed AVMee what she is up to now. This show is about stroke and brain injuries and is for survivors, caregivers, family or anyone who... more
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