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Improving memory after a brain injury: Talk to yourself

Improving memory after a brain injury: Talk to yourself

Brooke Trotter | 20 February 2019

The tendency to lose your focus and have your thoughts wander off becomes much worse after a brain injury. Thoughts become like slippery eels that you cannot keep hold of, but a good way to keep hold of those eels is by talking out loud to yourself. Read Brookes blog on improving memory after a brain injury

Brain injury and depression: New life's resolution

Brain injury and depression: New life's resolution

Brooke Trotter | 21 January 2019

After a brain injury, it is very easy to fall into depression. I stopped looking after myself, my hair was untidy, I put weight on and I stopped looking after my skin - Read how Brooke Trotter used exercise to combat the signs of depression.

10 Things to Expect After A Brain Injury

10 Things to Expect After A Brain Injury

Brooke Trotter | 17 December 2018

The recovery time can vary from a few months to a few years, depending on the severity of the brain injury sustained. Some injuries result in life-altering conditions that not only affect the individual but their family and friends too. Read Brooke's list of 10 things to expect after a brain injury.

#ActionForBrainInjuryWeek

#ActionForBrainInjuryWeek

CFG Law | 14 May 2018

Headways Action for Brain Injury Week 2018, is a week-long awareness raising event to increase understanding of the effects of a brain injury.

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