Living with brain injury can be hard. Getting Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) can also be difficult. Having a brain injury and qualifying for either can be a rocky road…if you do it alone.
How a Functional Home Layout Can Decrease your Risk of Falls By Dr. Emily Reilly, MSOTR/L, ECHM, Founder of Purposefully Home, LLC The environment around us can have a great impact on how we manage our daily routines, either enhancing or inhibiting our function....
Recently two brain injury survivors, Cazoshay Ward and Laura Johnson, had the unique experience of sharing their stories with medical students at the Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine, a Midwestern University satellite campus in Tempe.
This article is for information purposes only; it should not be taken as a medical suggestion or advice. The opinions presented in this piece are those of the author alone. The Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona and its employees do not endorse the practice of daith piercings. It is recommended that you consult your doctor or specialist before making long-term and/or semi-permanent changes to your body.
Her name is Sunshine. Today she lives in the light, a testament to survival against all odds, but it wasn’t always that way.
You’re probably familiar with the scene— the star of the show walks down the street, minding his own business, when without any warning, BAM! He gets hit in the head and develops amnesia.
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