I had a nap after work and woke up abruptly in the early hours of 25 April. I decided it was a good time to rise as I felt nodding back into sleep wouldn’t occur. It was 12:30am, when I anticipated looking to walk south toward Burleigh Heads for a commemoration of ANZAC (Australian and … More ANZAC DAY~BURLEIGH HEADS
This new mobile app from Brain Injury Matters is a great way to learn, relate and support Acquired Brain Injury with Australian voices. A significant portion of English speaking knowledge about the injury comes from the USA or UK, but getting more of an Australian take on the experience is great. It isn’t an Australian … More Review – ABI WISE mobile app
I’ll start by saying two things; My Brain Injury experiences influenced this article and Anxiety isn’t solely experienced through Brain Injury, but I felt the unique qualities coming during Brain Injury. Uneasiness sometimes comes as a result of perceived personal flaws or incompetence. This causes anxiety, as though we cannot perform well enough from an … More ANXIETY AND BRAIN INJURY
La ciudad de México es un gran espacio urbano. Tiene una historia larga como muchos mexicanos saben y con la fuerza de esta historia viene la ola de cultura, guerra, fuerza del pueblo, a veces la estupidez politica y su conocimiento de algo distinto. Los torres de Donald Trump, como uno de los más altos … More LA CIUDAD DE MÉXICO
Thank you Health is Your Wealth Magazine for letting me showcase some insight about motivation during Brain Injury healing. Turn to page 35 to read my piece, or why not read all of this great magazine! ❤💃 Read the magazine here!
Recently I began studying a Graduate Certificate in Change Management. I took the initiative because one of our greatest challenges is the change process, both instigating it and succeeding in it. This started 4.5 years after I fell 15 metres or 3.5 floors off a building with numerous initially obvious injuries and a Brain Injury. … More Accepting change