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badge2Come blog with us about brain injury! Interesting and informative postings by survivors, families, caregivers and staff of Lash and Associates. You’ll laugh; you’ll cry; you’ll want to tell your own story and this is the place to tell it! We’re always looking for new “bloggers”. Post your comments on our blog articles and share your experience. It’s easy to join this blog.

Rebuilding Your Life Year-Round Makes For Better Holidays

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Finding yourself feeling down during the Holiday Season is a common thing – especially for TBI survivors. This blog post encourages and offers ideas to rebuild your life, and puts a no-nonsense spin on the approach to doing it. I hope you can find some takeaway that can be helpful as a survivor or caregiver.

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Discovering How Art and Music Therapy Can Bring Healing After TBI

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Discovering art or music can bring therapeutic healing to a TBI survivor. This blog article explores how cognition is boosted by creative endeavors that include journaling / writing, art and music.

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One day at a time. Cognition and Caregiving after a TBI.

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One day at a time. Cognition and Caregiving after a TBI.   By Bill Herrin   Thinking comes so naturally that most people take it for granted, but after a traumatic brain injury – many times, thinking can be more of a deliberate action. It takes focus and effort to put a series of thoughts […]

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Having a Brain Injury Was Never the Plan!

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Having a Brain Injury Was Never the Plan!   By Barbara Webster and The Amazing Framingham Brain Injury Survivor Support Group of The Brain Injury Assoc. of Massachusetts     I never thought . . . It would be so hard to find the right medical care. Life could change so easily and so drastically […]

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There’s always hope… Encouragement after TBI

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There’s always hope… Encouragement after TBI   By Bill Herrin   My dad would often tell me not to get discouraged, and as a young man, I didn’t understand why…sometimes it made me frustrated. What he knew (that I didn’t at the time) was that he was preparing me for discouraging times in my life. […]

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Why do people act differently towards a person after their TBI?

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Why do people act differently towards a person after their TBI? Why do people act differently towards a person after a TBI? Many times, it’s because they can’t handle the truth! By Bill Herrin   After a traumatic brain injury, acceptance is one of the first steps toward recovery…even if recovery is a long way […]

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You Did That on Purpose! – Misinterpretations and Anger after Brain Injury

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You Did That on Purpose!  Misinterpretations and Anger after Brain Injury   By Dawn Neumann, Ph.D., FACRM   Imagine that you are waiting in line at the store and someone cuts in front of you.  A) Do you think the person cut in front of you on purpose or was trying to be mean? B) […]

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Kids: A Discussion of Concussion and Its Repercussions

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Kids: A Discussion of Concussion and Its Repercussions is the June, 2018 installment of the Brain Injury Journey Bulletin blog. It explores ways to help prevent concussions in kids, and is intended to be a constructive source that provides ideas for families with children of any age!

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Miscommunication …Straight From the Horse’s Mouth

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Communication and miscommunication – one can develop relationships, one can divide them. This article is based around the changes brought on by TBI, and encourages both the survivor or TBI and their loved ones to strive for positive and clear communication. It’s the key to making constructive progress, and can make life easier for all involved.

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Finding a Job After Brain Injury

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Finding a job after a Traumatic Brain Injury can be an overwhelming task – and since every brain injury is different, for some, it may not be an option. This article covers many aspects of exploring options, and hopes to provide encouragement and basic advice for TBI Survivors to cope.

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