Hello and welcome to Second Chance to Live. You are always welcome to my table. Several days ago, I wrote a 2 part article Traumatic Brain Injury and Innovative Brain Injury Treatments. Because people learn in a different way, I make video presentations to share my articles with friends that learn better through watching and listening, instead of by reading.
I read my articles – instead of giving bullet points from my articles — because I spend considerable time developing and writing each article and do not want to leave out anything that I have included in the article.
In my experience, I have found innovative ways to enhance my brain and body function as a traumatic brain injury survivor. In this 2 part video series, I will share what I have learned and what has worked for me in my process as a traumatic brain injury survivor.
My hope is that as you watch Part 1 and then Part 2 of the series — if you have not already begun – that you will begin to look for innovative ways to enhance and empower your life and process as a traumatic brain injury survivor.
To watch Part 1 of this presentation please click on the following highlighted title: Traumatic Brain Injury and Innovative Brain Injury Treatments Video Presentation Part 1. Thank you.
To watch Part 2 of the video presentation, please click on the highlighted title of the article here: Traumatic Brain Injury and Innovative Brain Injury Treatments Video Presentation Part 2.
If you would prefer to read Part 1 of the article here is a link to written Part 1 of Traumatic Brain Injury and Innovative Brain Injury Treatments Part 1.
To listen to the hour-long program Innovative Brain Injury Treatments hosted by Lee Carlson please click on the following link Innovative Brain Injury Treatments Hosted by Lee Carlson
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