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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

Tonight we will talk about awareness, what it means to you. We will talk about support those who say they support you do they. We will also talk about that isolation that many go through, the abandonment and disbelieve that it takes so long to recover or reestablish our lives after brain injury. I am going to do an update on the networks stance on balloons which is it is up to the individual groups. I will share what I have recently learned about balloons the different types and the chemical compound of different balloons not all balloons are created equal. I will share my perspective on what to me was mass bullying people to obtain ones goals based only what one wants to see. Most important thing is are you making people aware, but even more important what are you making them aware of. I learned through an anti-balloon organization how much people really could care less about those living with a brain injury. Being sheltered in our community I forget how harsh people can be and that people will lie and do hurtful things. A world I try to keep myself disconnected from. I choose people that live from the heart rather than an ego, Tonight the questions is what's on your heart.

On-Demand Episodes

The quotation "All men are created equal" has been called an "immortal declaration", and "perhaps [the] single phrase" of the American Revolutionary period with the greatest "continuing importance". However, most people will... more

Brain Injury Communication with Host Michael Idell presents this night for brain injury survivors, caregivers, and the public get to know each other by speaking and listening to each others stories. LETS LEARN ABOUT EACH OTHER!!!... more

Brain Injury Round Table is a place for Ideas, discussion, and recovery for people seeking solutions, to bridge the gap between understanding your brain injury and how to change your life for the better. Brain Injury Round Table is a place of... more

My guest tonight, Michele Rosenthal is an award-winning PTSD blogger, award-nominated author, founder of HealMyPTSD.com, post-trauma coach, host of Changing Direction radio and author of Your Life After Trauma: Powerful... more

On tonight's show- The patriarch of the Baehr Clan, Mr Brian Baehr. Brian has taken his diagnosis with Young Onset Parkinson's Disease and turned it into an annual fund raising event. The Baehr Challenge is a family friendly, run and... more

Bouncing Back after Brain Injury - Dream Catchers - Les Paul Morgan It's far easier to fall flat on your face than to bounce back after Brain Injury or at the least that's what they all say. But is that true or false? The reason I asked the... more

Guest Michael Hart can answer your questions about investing in coins to diversify your personal income portfolio. Fantastic Frank Johnson was trapped in a fire and carried out in a body bag. However, Fantastic Frank lives and thrives... more

When Rehabilitation becomes a prison Hosted by Craig Sicilia Sounds odd don't it but this more common than you realize, I will be featuring several of our brothers and sisters in survival that this has happened and is currently happening. Our... more

Hey everyone, I'm proud to announce my partnership with the great Brain Injury Radio Team on Blogtalkradio... I will be doing a show there called Late Night with Joeygiggles , taking the place of the Matt Duffin Show , for a short period of... more

Joshua Puckett was just minding his business in his own front yard when he was attacked by a "random drunk person" causing his brain injury. Now he says he has a "memory of a fish." Memory problems combined with balance... more
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