Several days ago I wrote and published, Living with a Brain Injury and New Ways of Learning. To share the information within this article with individuals who learn through watching and listening, I am creating a video presentation of this article. Below is a brief excerpt:
“Following a brain injury, individuals may experience changes in their ability to learn.
These changes in learning can lead to frustration and anxiety.
Consequently, both the traumatic brain injury survivor, as well as family and friends, may experience frustration.
Frustrations may be compounded because the individual impacted by the brain injury may look normal.
Recently I heard someone say, “She was in a car accident several months ago, but she is fine. She just had a head injury.”
Learning may subsequently become laborious and daunting for the individual impacted by a brain injury.
Executing and practicing once familiar tasks become a struggle.
Once simple tasks take huge amounts of effort and energy.
As a result, the individual may want to give up trying to learn,
What I Discovered that Helped Me”
To watch and listen to what I discovered, you may click on this link: Living with a Brain Injury and New Ways of Learning Video Presentation
To read what I discovered, you may click on this link: Living with a Brain Injury and New Ways of Learning
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