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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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In the beginning there is the Emergency Room (ER). Away we go – off on a journey – trying our best to re-build our shattered lives in a society that ill equips us to deal with our new selves. The loss. The Pain. The Fear. The lack of self-confidence and self-esteem makes everything harder! Families caught in the middle desperately trying to help and understand our issues and new lives. Friends want to help but don't know how. We try – we fail – some will try again – some succeed – some don't. To become a victim creates a partnership with dysfunction, and the brotherhood of misery and distain! We must look deep inside ourselves to find the discipline to persevere and not become a victim. The road to recovery begins with the person standing in front of the mirror. It also takes personal responsibility to get better and move on. We must hold ourselves accountable for our actions and well being. It is our obligation to rebuild our lives and not be held back when people don't understand the consequences of a brain injury. We must find hope – because hope enables us to try again – you can make it – keep trying until you succeed! Learn from this experience and move on. I don't care if you are a caring professional or a person with a brain injury. We must speak to each other and hear what we are saying and try our best to overcome the burden this tragic turn of events has created in our lives. We must trust what each of us has to say and not dictate our values and prejudices into each other's lives. Trust flourishes and is nourished when we hear and understand what each of is saying. Respect and dignity is something everyone needs to survive and thrive. Call in tonight and talk about your journey and recovery. Our knowledge is based on experience. Let people hear what you know and how to live!
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Cameron had a life-altering stroke March 21st 2012, the day after her 52nd birthday. After extensive rehab she returned to work, but now, part time. The death & rebirth of her old self, has been a journey of faith, never giving up, &... more

On this episode of Shaken Not Stirred: William Perry Heilman. Spanning across his property he has created an epic maze one rock at a time. The maze is ideal for people with Parkinson's Disease to navigate through,cohercing them... more

Fantastic Frank interviews fellow Rochestarian, Phil Mandell. Fantastic Frank was Trapped in a Fire, Carried out in a Body Bag, but thrives today on inspiring millions to live a full life. See Fantastic Frank's story... more

March is brain injury awareness month, there are so many stories, so many successes that survivors have had. Let us share some of those stories tonight. Kind of an open mic night about brain injury stories. Your story could be... more

Most rear-end collisions are caused by distracted drivers or drivers following too closely to the car ahead. In either case, it is the unsuspecting driver in the car ahead who may suffer whiplash, which may result in a variety of injuries such as... more

Please join Shannon Marie for another episode to "Be Positive" as we discuss holistic methods of relieving pain, such as Acupressure and Acupuncture. So lots to look forward to and as a special treat tonight Kim will be in control of the... more

For an Illusionist to fool the audience, their deceit must go unseen and to this end they craft an illusion to avert attention from reality. While the audience is entranced, the deceptive act is committed, and for the fool, reality then becomes... more

Wes Schneider and Rene Stiles -- a senior in high school and a recent graduate -- will host important discussions centered around youth with disabilities, music, and more. You will also hear from other youth with disabilities, as guests,... more

It's October of 1993 in Hawaii. A drunk driver hurtles toward a bend in the road. From the opposite direction, accomplished advertising creative and triathlete Phil Slott takes a routine drive. As he eases into the bend, he meets the drunk driver... more
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