Brain Injuries are invisible. You can’t see them on the outside, and that’s one of the reasons awareness is so important. They can be overlooked, misdiagnosed, or mistreated, and survivors feel the burden.
This week, Cristabelle shares some of her personal brain injury story, and how she has seen awareness improve over the last decade – along with encouragement for how you can make a difference by bringing awareness right where you are.
March is Brain Injury Awareness Month!
Related Past Episodes to Check Out:
17. Understanding the Invisible Injury (with Cyndie Braden)
19. Brain Injury Association of America (with Susan H. Connors, BIAA President & CEO)
21. How to Be a Brain Injury Advocate + Tips for Sharing Your Story (with Monica Vaccaro from BIAPA)
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Thank you to Council on Brain Injury for supporting this podcast by providing a microphone as part of their grant program to the brain injury community. Check out the amazing work done by CoBI at: councilonbraininjury.com
This podcast is for education and informational purposes only, and not intended for medical advice. If you need specific medical advice, please consult your physician.