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Brain Injury Survivor Common Visual and Auditory Issues and Online Exercises for Improvement

One common result of a brain injury is that our visual and auditory processing slows, making it harder to keep up with all the information coming into your senses. BrainHQ.com has a new Brain Injury Survivor module where  exercises help you retune and speed up your sensory processing using very basic elements of sight and sound.

I can tell you that they are effective yet seem simple.

The website has an incredible list of experts that help design brain online software     .

The site has a membership but there is are free games , exercises for trial too

It has been over 35 years since I was injured     by a gunshot in the head resulting in hemiparesis and the common Brain Injury Survivor symptoms.

It would of been so beneficial to have this technology available back when I was injured but it is still effective for me now after all these years
and I hope that my list can share this website for not only improving intelligence but for helping those with head trauma.

Check It Out
http://www.brainhq.com

You can learn more about Brain HQ (headquarters)

and expert brain science technology, scroll to bottom of page, once at

http://www.brainhq.com/why-brainhq

Helping families and loved ones understand care after a brain injury and assisting the injured in rehabilitation and safety is a passion of the author , Leon Edward who has spent over three decades successfully living with effects as hemiparesis after traumatic brain injury being shot in the head and neck.

After a serious TBI and amazing comeback, Leon Edward is committed to helping others understand any sudden disruption in people’s lives as from TBI or concussions, emphasize safety and proper care in the home and enjoy their lives after a serious injury or medical issues.

For Leon, the past 35 plus years since his severe head injury, left one lingering desire: the need to give something back. a way to provide something meaningful for the families and loved ones of patients who now or in the future, will face the same painful disruption of their lives and the same long journey he had to undertake such a long time ago.

Learn more and read details on his collaborative work with Dr. Anum at

Concussion-TBI-Rehab-Book.com.

Receive FREE a Special Report for Head Injured and Caretakers which Reveals MUST KNOW patient and caregiver resources, potential symptoms, behavioral and emotional consequences, steps in rehabilitation, creating a beneficial home environment, brain injury medications, long-term outlook, and more, Click Here

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