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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.

Where Are They Now?

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After we moved into our new quarters, we had to say goodbye to some old friends who were integral to our growth and the all-round upbeat atmosphere in the office. Briefly, here is an update of what they are currently doing:

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Workshop for Families in Vermont

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I spoke earlier this week at the annual conference of the Brain Injury Association of Vermont where I conducted a workshop on Grief, Loss and Coping: How families survive the emotional trauma of brain injury.

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The Little Engine That Could…..

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We were once a small company with big ideas and even bigger goals….to educate and share our knowledge of brain injury and head trauma. Success was just down the track and around the bend. With hard work we grew by leaps and bounds, eventually out-growing our former location. So we moved into new quarters boasting 2500 square feet of warehouse and offices.

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Concussions in High School Sports

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This is the title of an excellent article by Dr. George Wham, Jr. in the Fall 2010 issue of Headlights!, the newsletter of the Brain Injury Association of South Carolina. His research team at the University of South Carolina surveyed all high schools in SC to examine the medical care provided in their athletic programs. They found that SC schools with access to athletic training services provided a significantly higher level of medical care than schools without them.

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Teens and Sex after Brain Injury

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Last week, my husband and I went to our first high school football game in our home town. It’s been a long time – I won’t even tell you how long – since either of us have been teenagers. High school sure has changed a lot since our day! We were in culture shock at what passes for the new norms of dress and style – talk about peer pressure!

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