1.) “You’re so lucky!” I am lucky to be alive! Lucky that the ambulance crew were so quick to take me to the hospital. Lucky to have survived at all and I am lucky that it happened at the time thatfalse
I was never comfortable with being labelled with the term disability, nobody viewed me as being disabled and to be honest neither did I. Disability was never something I knew anything about or that Ifalse
If you are off work with a long-term illness or have suffered an accident that has left you with a brain injury or other serious health condition, you may be entitled to Statutory Sick Pay (SSP).false
After a brain injury, it is very easy to fall into depression. The more you learn about the effect that this could have on your life, the more likely this will cause you to discard plans that youfalse
The blueprint of you as a person is stored in your brain; the way you move, the way you think and your personality is stored inside your skull so it makes sense that damage to the brain will changefalse
There are approximately 1 million people living in the UK suffering from the long-term effects of a brain injury, but every brain injury is unique. The recovery time can vary from a few months to afalse
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