Brain Injury Blogs

Links to pertinent and useful Traumatic Brain Injury blog sites.

Jeff Sebell’s blog helps “…those who have suffered a brain injury in acquiring the tools and confidence needed to live a fulfilled life.”

Life has many twists and turns. Bridges to cross and surprises. Some happy, some sad. But it is a cherished commodity. This is where I will share the joys and challenges of life as wife, caregiver, mother, grandmother and friend. Please join me on the journey at

Just a blog of my ranting and raving, prayers and praises about life with my family. We are a family of 3 (yes  THREE) Traumatic Brain Injury survivors and this is about how we are doing and where GOD is taking us on this journey.

Notes on brain injury recovery from a brain injury survivor. I have over 20 years experience with brain injury issues and have written two books. My writing is in short essays each focused on one single topic. It is appropriate for caregivers and family as well as people with a brain injury.

I have been a caregiver three times over the past ten years, for my husband (who is now well), my father (who passed away in 2007), and my mother who died in my home while in hospice care in 2010. While caregiving has been difficult at times, it has also been immensely rewarding. I have learned valuable life lessons in the process. This space is dedicated equally to those who care for others and to those who let us in to care for them…for their bravery and the lessons they teach us.

If you have a family member or loved one in a hospital or rehab facility, your life needs simplification–immediately!   Make the visit easier and stay more in control.  Coordinate communications among multiple caregivers!   Refresh your memory about visits with medical staff, doctors and therapists!   Jot notes to yourself, the patient and other caregivers…you will love this simple, easy to use tool!

Living with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is an information center and a source of inspiration for those with an injured brain, and for their caregivers, families and friends.

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