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Brain Injury is the number one cause of death and disability in children and adults under 40. There are at least 6 million living with this sinister disability, yet unknown. It is a life long journey for these survivors they make up the majority of those in prison and homeless. This show are those brave men and women who share there story with the 2 million new new survivors, they try to get people to understand, but it is difficult to understand what you can't see. It has become a civil rights movement, not from slavery or persecution but the mere right to exists. With the right support many survivors have become better than the old person, and yes they do become someone completely new in many cases. Join us nightly as you hear topics for the real experts those living with and succeeding against all odds. yet no one knows because they look just like you

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In 2004, Kimberly Chapman suffered two ruptured brain aneurysms and was astounded by the lack of public awareness and sparse research of such a widespread and often fatal condition. Recognizing the need for brain aneurysm advocacy and other types of vascular malformations of the brain, she personally established several international support networks to provide information, resources and motivation for survivors and family members. Kim has created a patient advocacy program inside The Joe Niekro Foundation which offers patients and caregivers educational information along with a huge amount of resources to find help.This mission with the Joe Niekro Patient Advocacy Program is to help survivors realize that recovery is possible and will help patients learn what to expect during the healing process and new coping strategies. The program is designed to motivate members to follow a wellness plan and to make a difference in the community, while creating a forum of mutual acceptance, understanding and self-discovery This show is a gathering place for anyone seeking recovery from the challenges of life on life's terms. Survivor's share their experience, strength and hope. We discuss useful tools that have helped us lighten the load, of our journey through recovery. More will be revealed! Tune in, stop in and call in. This is a "we" recovery program, because it is in the "we," that we find the new "me." We focus on the four A's of Recovery...Awareness, Acceptance, Action and Adaptation. This is a place for survivor's striving to become thrivers. :) Most nights we will have a featured guest, the second part of the show is Open Mic and some great Indy Music, sure to inspire! Host Kim Justus, author of In a Flash: Miracles Here and Beyond found at & "Like" at

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THIS WEEK: "Complaining is for the Ignorant" The Complaint Department is now CLOSED! There is a proverb that says...?Instead of complaining that the rose bush is full of thorns, be happy the thorn bush has roses.? Did you know that... more

Fantastic Frank interviews Susie Garcia. Susie Garcia is an award-winning Dietitian supporting others and making an impact to address better food habits, healthier living, and creating a culture of empowered eaters among TBI Thrivors... more

The Empowerment Zone Disability Round Table Brain Injury Awareness Month - ADA, Disability Rights, and you! The hosts are Ken Collins, Costance Miller, and LesPaul Morgan. The Empowerment Zone was founded on the belief that all... more

Dr. Maria Romanas knows first-hand what it means to live with a severe brain injury that occurred when she was 18. It took her 29 years to find out how to prevent her permanent cognitive impairments from causing disability in her... more

Yeah! At the last minute I have found the interview I did with Mia Dalene. My name is LoriPurdy Faitel and I am a Traumatic Brain Injury Survivor from a car accident in 1986. God is Good and I know I was not allowed to die because... more

The little boy who could refers to me as a young boy I was forever a dreamer and saw visions of my life ahead of me in a very bright future in a world that was beyond make-believe and beautiful for everyone! Tonight I hope you'll join me... more

I'm a caregiver now. What next? What resources are available to help me going forward. Hosted by Rex & Robin Hardin

Do you really want them talking for you Who's your DADDY? Hosted by Craig Sicilia What do people know about your brain injury or what does society thing about brain injury, do people take a step back when you say you have a brain... more

Now, more than ever before, the patient is not just the recipient of healthcare, but MUST accept a share of the responsibility in the partnership with the physician by actively participating in the process! The passive patient accepts status quo,... more

We went Bowling for Brain Injury today - IBIA style! Indianapolis and last years national winner, Ft Wayne enjoyed a day of family fun, from doctors to survivors, and all inbetween! Dr. Kevin Butterfield was an 'on the spot' reporter on our... more
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