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The mission of the Sports Legacy Institute is to advance the study, treatment and prevention of the effects of brain trauma in athletes and other at-risk groups. Caitlin McElroy, Field Associate, joins us along with Chicago injury and health law attorney, Michael Favia, to talk about the education and outreach objectives and activities held by the Sports Legacy Institute in Chicago. Topics covered on this show: (1) Please tell us about the focus and mission of the Sports Legacy Institute (&ldq
This episode is being rebroadcast from Michele’s original radio show, “Your Life After Trauma.” Trauma directly affects the brain and how it functions. What does that mean? Well, it means that in order to heal we need to retrain and reframe the brain so we are back in control! On this episode, Dr. Ron Ruden joined Michele to offer insights and research into the brain and trauma. From how trauma embeds itself in our brains to how it affects our personalities, Dr. Ruden shared&
My guest tonight is Dr. Robert Kuvent, who spent his career as an accomplished foot and ankle surgeon. He's served in at least nine Podiatric professional affiliations, and held positions in sixteen varied service organizations. To say he was a "Type A" personality, with an exceptionally busy life is an understatement. Then things changed, when his life was turned upside down with a disconcerting diagnosis. PD, like most other disabling conditions, not only takes a toll on the pat
Stories of Healing. Strategies for Thriving.
Stephana Johnson, a leader in the women's empowerment revolution, brilliantly blends the grace of feminine intuition with practical life skills and business know-how — and the result is a soulful business that empowers women to heal the pain and find greater happiness and success in their relationships and career.
Stephana counsels and coaches clients to take dramatic steps to enjoy
vibrant, healthy, abundant lives. As a direct result of their work
together, clients overcome fear, self-doubt, life-long struggles and
set aside other self-limiting beliefs that used to stand in the way of
them stepping into their full potential.
As a veteran in the self-improvement and wellness industries, Stephana
believes the client is ultimately responsible for achieving desired
results. It takes an enormous amount of determination to bring about
lasting change. The experience, tools and techniques Stephana brings
to each client engagement invite and inspire lasting transformation.
Best of all, she makes it fun AND as she guides each client to
discover their soul’s song their confidence grows loud and proud with
each decisive step forward.
Through the Simplicity Parenting movement she touches future generations
by empowering families with tools to raise and sustain happier,
Stephana loves learning, laughing and growing with her two sons. She
lives a holistic lifestyle and treads softly on our planet by choosing
a life of sustainable simplicity, abundant joy and passionate purpose.
Dr. Robert Melillo is back for 2014 with another great show.
The Brain Balance Radio Show hosted by Dr. Robert Melillo. We will be talking about the Brain Balance Achievement Centers in Kalamazoo, MI.
Dr Melillo will also be talking about the latest Autism, ADHD, & OCD News.
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Join me and Barry this Saturday, April 12, 2014 for our guest Rosemari Biondo. Rosemari is a brain aneurysm survivor and if you didn't have the opportunity to listen to our show back in February now you do have the chance to follow up with our guest. You don't want to miss this
TMDS 'cast' ROCKED deep inside the the Brain Injury community, as well as the multi-trauma's that affect every day life of Survivors. The true, inspiring, driven, athletes who represent the Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana Sports Program. In Celebration of the 19th Annual event at Crane Bay Event Center in downtown Indianapolis. Ms. Tammy D'ercole was my date, all dressed in lovely (yes, no hat for me - even a jacket!) as over 200 star lighted guests, honoree's and supporters of the Para-olypics gold medal winners, to wheelchair competitors of all designated sports, skiiers (me), blind baseball players, fencers, rowng and kayact, basketball and so many more. Yep, Miracle Baseball mades its initial representation. In all, with the Athleticly Adapted Heroes, Doctor super stars of today and tomorrow and wealthy businessmen supporting aside, it was a "inpirational, enlightening, hope instilling, tearful and joyous, laughter and 'down right fun" a "couple" representing braininjuryradio.com at table #11 was overheard saying. Jake Patrick directed his event in prime time style, with limos normally reserved for nearby Lucus Oil Stadium patrons outside. Jacqui Kapinowski, was honored with the 2014 Visions of Victory Award, which will sit in her numerously decorated personal trophy case. Wait until you hear her, and yes, you will personally one day soon, and in an event interview with yours truely. Also, Mr. Patrick, Emmy and Peabody Award winning Emcee Karen Hensel, fencing extrodinare winning- student Cat Bouwkamp and more. So much to tell, and a fine assistant to share with me.
We wish to hear any efforts, athletic or recreational endeavors or thoughts for trauma lives, who live on the edge, because they've already walked a tight rope, and do daily. Like you, like me.
We trust you had an enjoyable Easter, the day of celebration of faith. The DownTown Milton Studio is proud to install its fifth production towards God's gift of true life - brain injury survival. Tonight begins the compassion of a Caregiver, a Stroke Surviving mother of four precious daughters, and a 'MeMa' of two 'princesses' for grandchildren. As her story unfolds, feel free to contact Tammy at (424) 243-9540 to share and discuss caregiver's efforts and support, stroke survival and the effcts brain injuries have on families, and a 'surviving' personal life as well as a parent. Mahlon Whitaker, the normal Sunday night braininjuryradio.com Caregiver mentor, will return in two weeks to this regular time frame. Tonya and Mahlon are with family this Easter, since they so graciously along with Matt ushered Tammy to the home studios of Sunday BIRN, in exchange Tammy has offered to begin her chapter on TBISN, a very nice trade indeed.
When life deals its deck, the hand isn't always what we expected. Sometimes joys and heartache come packaged. Life is tough enough, but with a brain injury, our ability to process is often challenged. When residuals include fatigue, both mentally and physically, or when emotions run in extremes, and all the rest we're haunted by...We need our tools of recovery, support, and faith most of all.
Tonight is open mic and great Indy music, but I hope you'll call in and share your solutions, or what you've found to be cautions, in dealing with life as it's rolled out. Do you think your brain injury impacts your coping skills more, than with someone who has never had such an injury? Call and share your truth.
Regarding Faith...The Easter Bunny or the practice of gratitude...Or both. What is Easter to you? We'd like to wish those it applies to, a peaceful, reflective, and joyful day from the hosts of Brain Injury Radio.
The Wrestle-Anime Hut is where we talk about wrestling and anime. Hosted by Jay "The Brain" Mann.
Join Bob Zima, Frequent Flyer to Hell and Back, for thirty minutes of satirical lampooning and parody today as he discusses being Distracted, Emotionally Locked, Apathetic and Dreamless due to trips to Hell and back.
Bob is a fiery and outspoken motivational comic and performer who satirically and genuinely mixes his E-True Hollywood life story, psychological and theological education, counseling profession and humor into an action packed show of ideas, commentary and "WTF" just happened moments. Wanna heal? Then take a big gulp of the espresso.
His shows are for mature,open minded adults who truly want to get their head out of their ass and their ass off of the couch then start living. Bob uses language and ideas to trigger reactions in people so be prepared.
Visit my website.http://www.bobzima.com