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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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In the beginning there is the Emergency Room (ER). Away we go – off on a journey – trying our best to re-build our shattered lives in a society that ill equips us to deal with our new selves. The loss. The Pain. The Fear. The lack of self-confidence and self-esteem makes everything harder! Families caught in the middle desperately trying to help and understand our issues and new lives. Friends want to help but don't know how. We try – we fail – some will try again – some succeed – some don't. To become a victim creates a partnership with dysfunction, and the brotherhood of misery and distain! We must look deep inside ourselves to find the discipline to persevere and not become a victim. The road to recovery begins with the person standing in front of the mirror. It also takes personal responsibility to get better and move on. We must hold ourselves accountable for our actions and well being. It is our obligation to rebuild our lives and not be held back when people don't understand the consequences of a brain injury. We must find hope – because hope enables us to try again – you can make it – keep trying until you succeed! Learn from this experience and move on. I don't care if you are a caring professional or a person with a brain injury. We must speak to each other and hear what we are saying and try our best to overcome the burden this tragic turn of events has created in our lives. We must trust what each of us has to say and not dictate our values and prejudices into each other's lives. Trust flourishes and is nourished when we hear and understand what each of is saying. Respect and dignity is something everyone needs to survive and thrive. Call in tonight and talk about your journey and recovery. Our knowledge is based on experience. Let people hear what you know and how to live!
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Please join Shannon Marie this Saturday night for a dose of positive attitude, which is often a challenge for many of us. We will talk about saying "No" to hopelessness and say a big "Yes" to happiness!!! You can find Shannon on the... more

THIS WEEK: TBI Divergent A Divergent is one tending to be different or develop in different directions. Welcome to MyTBILIFE! Since acquiring your TBI, how many different directions have you discovered or developed? Are you still doing... more

When do you research about what a brain injury is? Do you look it up after someone you know almost died or is in a coma? How much knowledge do you have about seizures? Who understands the struggles about strokes? Do people... more

Fantastic Frank will speak about some of the 'flawed to fantastic' people he met in Ottawa, Canada. FF was the keynote speaker chosen to wrap up the Brain Injury Association of Canada's Conference held Sept. 24-26, 2014. This three day... more

Tonight, Ken Collins will provide updates on his effort to get Major League Baseball to create a brain Injury Prevention and Recovery project. Ken will also talk about his upcoming presentations at the Southwest Conference on... more

In 1995, Bartley Williams was a typical 16yr old, who had just gotten his driver's license. Life was good. He was playing football, had just seen a Beach Boys Concert, was enjoying the company of his girl...And then as happens far too... more

Tonight we have a very powerful series of topics to discuss. There is a strong possibility evidence exisits that EMF radiation from Cell phone Towers, Cell Phones, and so called smart meters that are replacing the old fashioned... more

Anguish - Lost Inside Hosted by Craig Sicilia Life is funny, we spend our whole lives building this person we think we know so well. Ourselves, then all of a sudden in a single instance it crumbles as we watch after a brain injury. Our... more

We're going at a higher rate of speed tonight from the downtown Milton studio, for this weekend TBI Awareness race car driver Ernie Francis Jr. took a whole world of survivors to the top. Co-hosts 'Meeps' will Peep in, and Sam has his Way.... more

Please help Julie Kintz welcome Susan Connors, the President/CEO of The Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) to Quantum Leap. Susan will share with us what the IBAA offers to the brain injury community, as well as the history... more
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