On February 17, 2022, I will be speaking on the topic of “Finding Purpose after Brain Injury and Stroke” to the Adventist Rehabilitation at Takoma Park in Takoma Park, Maryland through Zoom.
To View an Outline of the Presentation, click on this link.
Self-Advocacy Resources for Ongoing Brain Injury Recovery — Empowering the Individual, not the brain injury
Share my Availability — Schedule
To access my other 6 presentations, which I am available to present
Believing in Ourselves through Self-Advocacy — A Guide to Owning Our Power after Brain Injury and Stroke
Neuroplasticity in Motion
I have been using different martial art disciplines for the past 26 years to create new neural pathways and brain reorganization (neuroplasticity) through repetitive mirrored movements.
To improve and enhance muscle memory, coordination, agility, body awareness, hand/foot/eye coordination, precision, dexterity, spatial orientation and balance on both the right and left side of my body.
Develop Your Own Program
For more information to develop your own programs to create new neural pathways and brain reorganization.
In 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2021 I was fortunate to have had several individuals record presentations. To see my progress of development from 2013–2018 click Here.
Because of a shoulder injury and Covid I was not able to record in 2019 and 2020.
Below are recent demonstrations of my using these different disciplines through repetitive mirrored movements to work on small and large muscle groups / gross and fine motor skills.
Stick Fighting, Knife, Western Boxing and Wing Chun Drills Created September 2, 2021
Hand Eye Coordination and Precision Drills using Fine Motor Skills Created September 12, 2021
Neuroplasticity, Martial Arts and Second Chance to Live Created February 14, 2022 Monday