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Electrical Stimulation, it will Shock you with it's Advancements!

Electrical Stimulation is being used in many different and interesting ways in our health care these days. If your heart stops beating, defibrillators are designed to shock your heart to stimulate it to continue beating. 114 more words

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[ARTICLE] Revisiting the neurofunctional approach: Conceptualizing the core components for the rehabilitation of everyday living skills. - Full Text HTML

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Background: Introduced in the 1980s, the neurofunctional approach (NFA) is one of the few interventions designed primarily for clients with severe deficits following traumatic brain injury (TBI). 205 more words

Raising my head above the (lab) parapet

Last week was British Science Week and the Division took part in an exhibition in the corridors of St Thomas’ Hospital to highlight the research that we do here. 613 more words

The Healing journey. Part one - Mind

“the human brain works slowly; first the blow, hours afterwards the bruise.”
― Walter de la Mare, The Return

A common question amongst brain injury folk, aside from ‘what happened?’ is ‘what helps with x,y or z?’ so with this in mind I sat down a few days ago and started to write a list of things I’ve used to help me along and boy, what a list it was!

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The government of British Columbia is cracking down on highway driver's....driving too slowly.

New legislation will increase the power police have to pull over drivers who are obstructing the left or “passing lane” of a highway:

http://www.vancouversun.com/news/metro/give+police+power+penalize+left+lane+hogs/10855536/story.html

As it stands now, there is already a $109 fine for driving in the left lane slow enough to obstruct traffic. 175 more words

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March 26th, 2015

March26th, 2015

Good Morning, it is breathtaking looking out at the gorge this morning. The river fog is lifting and the mountains are really amazing and the smells of spring are sweet. 225 more words

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Finding Perspective

March is almost over and spring is working its way here. I hope that you have made time to look around and see what brings you hope and maybe took the step of engaging in our craft for this month. 532 more words