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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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As most of you know, I started with my Wednesday Night program Recovery Now a few years ago. When we lost our regular Saturday Host, my intent was to sub in for a while, then pass the baton to a new host. I started sitting in "Temporarliy" on Saturday Nights, and low & behold...Temporary is relative. It's been over a year! It's also hard to find good soldiers to work on Saturday Nights! My Wednesday show is full of fabulous, informative guests in the front half of the show, and the back half is Open Mic and Great Indie Music sure to inspire. Months ago, Shannon Marie Hilbert joined us as the host on the 1st, 3rd & 5th Saturday Nights. She's done such a great job on the team, that her early holiday gift is to make her show Be Positive weekly, after tonight. I will retreat to my Hump Day show, where I do the heavy lifting. :) Tonight I will kick back, talk a bit about service and passing the baton, hope for some fine callers and play some Fab tunes. Join me, share what's on your mind and heart...Or just listen to the grooves, from what has been my less formal show, most times. I'll carry some of that back to Wednesdays with me, but still maintain the high quality guests you've come to expect and enjoy. Mix it up a bit, and cohost some upcoming holiday shows. Congratualtions to Shannon! Hope you'll join me tonight for my Saturday farewell, and pen in those Wednesday nights, as well as joining Shannon on future Saturday Night shows. Kim Justus

On-Demand Episodes

THIS WEEK: TOP FIVE REASON EVERYONE NEEDS MASSAGES! Massage therapy has evolved signifigantly over the centuries and for those who've had the ability to enjoy a good masssage, can attest to some of the benefits. Science,... more

Tonight - two old timers with brain injuries - Constance Miller and Ken Collins will share lessons they have learned during their recovery process. Combined - Constance and Ken have almost 80 years experience living with brain injury.... more

Bill Henry joined Army immediately upon high school graduation. He did multiple tours Vietnam, and was treated for both obvious, and then not so obvious wounds. Bill is the Past President of Vietnam Veterans of America Omaha. He... more

Amy Davis lay unconscious on the Weber State University stadium track with a serious brain injury from a cheerleading stunt that went awry. Amy Morgan Davis is currently attending the University of Utah, pursuing a Master's Degree in... more

Tonight Fantastic Frank interviews Anne Forrest, Ph.d. Anne Anne Forrest, Ph.D., has been recognized as one of the nation's leading patient advocates for people with traumatic brain injury. She lives with persistent symptoms from a mild TBI... more

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Sargent Jonathan Winchester is a friend of mine. Jon became a professional photographer after 18 years of active duty in the Army; we worked many ballgames together during my sports writing years. The career Army man didn't... more

Melissa Cronin was strolling through the Santa Monica Farmer's Market when an elderly man lost control of his car and barreled into the crowd. That changed her life forever. Now Melissa lives with ‘invisible bruises.? But Melissa... more

Please join me this Saturday night for a heaping dose of positive attitude, sharing an encouraging TBI survivor story from my good friend Jenny, and as always spinning some rocking music! BE POSITIVE!!! You can access the show by... more
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