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After The Dust Settles on Surviving Head Trauma with Terry Smith

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After The Dust Settles

Surviving Head Trauma with Terry Smith

Brain Injuries happen every day. Some people are born with debilitating brain malfunction. Some people are struck early, mid, or late-life with a blow to the head. Others develop disorders over time or have the onset of stroke or other trauma.

This broadcast will cover alternative means to achieving as much as possible after the dust settles from the inception of brain trauma. Our guests tonight will discuss their special contributions to making the transition from initial post BI to daily coping with BI.

Rene' Mills, MS CCC-SLP, CBIST, is a Speech Language Pathologist specializing in treatment of acquired brain injury for over 25 years. Rene’ is President of Meridian NeuroRehab Associates, a consulting company that provides training, education, and business development services across the United States. 

Linda Bailey, MBA, President, CEO at Total You Health, As the first to bring the NovoThor body pod to the public in Roanoke and all of Virginia, Linda Bailey is the Owner and Director of Total You Health, LLC.  She started in this field as a result of two local doctors discharging her daughter from care due to having “abnormal” signs of brain injury, without so much as a referral of someone else or something that could be of help. TotalYouHealth .org

Listen LIVE online (link below), phone, satellite radio, or Skype. We stream to all 50 states and 36 countries. If you miss the live show, you can listen to the archived episode on the same link or at www. TerrySmithBooks. com.

Host, Terry Smith, is a 34-year post-TBI survivor and Award-Winning author of the book, Surviving Head Trauma. Please visit www.TerrySmithBooks.com and LIKE on Facebook: @SurvivingHeadTrauma

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