Category Archives: rehabilitation

Brain Injury Association 2015 Conference Part 2

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How to Survive A Car Accident ~ By Gunnar Watts

Before I post Gunnar’s Story Let me tell you what I decided last night. I invited everyone on my email list associated with Brain Injury Association of Delaware Support Group to Tell Me Their Story. We all have one and … Continue reading

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The Honor of Being Alive

Pictures Above: 1.) Joan Nagy (Mom) and Amy in a picture from 1973 copied from The Cape Gazette April 2005. 2.)  Amy at Memorializing our Mother at a Garden the People of Milton and her Friends gave us after she died in … Continue reading

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The Fight and Battles Won

Remembering How You Succeeded To Overcome Fear and Doubt Continue reading

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At 50 Living With Purpose

I have to say,” WOW I actually turned 50!!!!” FIFTY can you believe it? After all, the odds have been against me all this time, a milestone that I never thought I would achieve. I never imagined I would live … Continue reading

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Movement

After my head injury I had learn how to: walk, speak, write, run, and everything having to do with coordination; all over again.  This took years of work, frustration, and tears. Many of us take these things for granted but … Continue reading

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The Man On The Bus

He was the young man I met on the bus. We were both taking Para Transit what Delaware called it’s transport system for people with disabilities. They would pick me up at my house at 2:00 and then we would … Continue reading

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Lilly Barnett’s Story http://www.caringbridge.org If you want to read another amazing story go to this link and become a visitor to Lilly Barnett’s page. She and her family are on a journey all their own in the world of Traumatic … Continue reading

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To The People We Rarely Get to Thank

Tonight I will focus on the people we need to thank, more often than we do. The people who do their job but their jobs affect them in ways we may never know. Yet what they do is AMAZING. The … Continue reading

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Before and After TBI

March is Traumatic Brain Injury Month Before and After   When we speak of Traumatic Brain Injuries there is always a Before and After, this can be used in many random sentences.  Having a Head Injury changes Everthing. Before My … Continue reading

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