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Free, personalized brain injury wallet identification card designed to help police, emergency personnel, and others more easily identify brain injury survivors, and insure that they are treated appropriately, and provided support as needed.
Armed with basic information and helpful resources, anyone can become an effective advocate for themselves. Some people may choose to hire an advocate, while others may ask family and friends to help out.
People with brain injury can have problems with accessibility. They can run into countless obstacles — from websites that don’t take into account someone with vision problems or memory problems to buildings without wheelchair access. Here's what you need to know.
This was such a big night. LoveYourBrain, Lulu Lemon, and I had officially brought yoga for TBI to a very large Pittsburgh crowd. The moment was surreal. I smiled at the audience. I was pretty Pittsburgh proud that night.