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Children with brain injuries nearly twice as likely to suffer from depression

Adults with head injuries are known to be at high risk for depression, and yet little research had been done on the topic related to children. 239 more words

NeuroFeedback

From sunshine morning to cycling in a warzone!

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Version 1 – normal person: Jeg går ned til min cykel på en solskinsmorgen, men cyklen ser ud til at være væltet. Der er et par ting knækket af, men pyt med det. 1,336 more words

Everyday Life

Ironic Diagnosis

My neurologist ordered a repeat EEG (Electroencephalogram), the test for seizures. He suspected I have been experiencing partial seizure activity. I went in for the test last week. 682 more words

Concussion

Brain Injury Resources . . . Facts and Myths About the Brain

Facts and Myths About the Brain

This short video tells us what’s known to be true about the brain and clears up some common misconceptions. 7 more words

Traumatic Brain Injury

What to do When You or Someone You Love is Suicidal

Here’s something many of us know too well: brain injury survivors are at an increased risk of depression and suicide.

If you or a loved one is experiencing a mental health crisis, the most important thing to remember is that… 655 more words

Brain Injury

Chiara's latest physio therapy report...(drum roll please..)

Chiara is currently:

  • attempting a forward commando crawl but is restricted by limited shoulder girdle mobility due to spasticity – lower limbs are patterning in extension.
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Physiotherapy