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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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Surviving Head Trauma with Terry Smith What's happening with Brain Injuries in the United States with The Brain Injury Association of America Thursday, April 27th 2017 10 p.m. until Midnight (Eastern) Phone-in number: +1-424-243-9540... more

MS & Me: From RN to Writer & Felted Animal Crafter, Finding New Purpose with Guest Dorothyanne Brown Tonight's guest Dorothyanne Brown will join show co-hosts Erika Lyons Richardson and Jessica Bias to discuss her life after MS... more

Lori Tsugawa Whaley entertains and informs as she brings ancient Japanese folk tales to life with her animated style of storytelling. Lori is a third generation Japanese American author, professional keynote speaker and life coach. Having... more

interacting with people is tough one could say its the game of life, not always an easy one, and that is with out a brain injury. Boy you add that to the mix all bests are off and here she goes. Were going to talk about a few things like this... more

I'm 57 at Midnight, and Jen say's "wow - no way''. The Sailor in me says "way." Let's celebrate everyone's Birthday, in case I missed it or forgot. I'd go with #2. Jennifer Goodman has arrived in Indiana, and sits now in The Downtown Milton... more

Please join us for great guests, loads of jokes and fun, and of course the great information you get from BIRN Internet Radio. Blogtalkradio Link: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/braininjuryradio Call in number: 1-424-243-9540... more

While it is important to acknowledge our MS or BI it is also important to remember to RELAX when we can! To Have Fun! To try to learn new coping mechanisms and to try to meet and communicate with the important or sometimes new... more

I will continue to be involved but the with youth off a little this year but I believe I can change some of them to have a better life the one I never got which makes me a bigger freak Brain injury sucks, and what makes it worse is the system or... more

Some people feel they are inadequate since their brain injury. Some people are depressed they arent as good as they were before. Others feel it is a wonderful new beginning. And some think they are better using their old expereinces and... more
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