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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 .

Upcoming Broadcasts

Wednesday November 26th at 8:00 PM Eastern Standard Time, 7 Central, 6 Mountain & 5 Pacific join me on THE SCIENCE OF HAPPINESS as we discuss Holiday stress, depression and anxiety and how that may affect those of us who have suffered different types of Brain Injury. Listen live online and join in chat or listen from archives. Let us all learn to find the good in our lives and relax as we enjoy the holidaysl
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Fantastic Frank wants to remind people that each traumatic brain injury (TBI) is different, from a mild concussion to a permanent disability. In Fantastic Frank's case, something really magical happened. A deep compassion for mankind... more

Looking for those survivors who can share with many how to get up, be thankful, to share some of the stratagies of journeys that find peace and reasons for being thankful. During the holidays it is even harder to feel thankful as many survivors... more

Spending Thanksgiving Day alone. I not only am, again, I hope to. Gobble Gobble...

Please join me in welcoming Karen Pedevilla from IPAS. Karen is the Education and Trainer Director from Indiana's protection and advocacy center. Tune in and together we can make a difference!

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... more

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

I'm a certified peer support specialist for people with disabilties and a multiple brain injury and aneurysm survivor as well as a survivor of several related operations and procedures. Together, I hope we can bridge the gap to inclusion... 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
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