Explaining Your Brain Injury May Make You Feel Speechless, Yet the Lack of Language to Truly Impart the Experience of Living With Brain Injury is the Root to This Thorn. Until Public Discourse Deepens Definitions, Words Remain Reinforced Windows to Shame and Shut Our Mouths’ Speechless. But We are Not Speechless, We Are Wordless.

Source: Explaining Your Brain Injury May Make You Feel Speechless, Yet the Lack of Language to Truly Impart the Experience of Living With Brain Injury is the Root to This Thorn. Until Public Discourse Deepens Definitions, Words Remain Reinforced Windows to Shame and Shut Our Mouths’ Speechless. But We are Not Speechless, We Are Wordless.

Acquired brain injury and rehabilitation group forget about brain injury awareness month

Centre for Neuro Skills Honors National Stroke Awareness Month (though I recall nothing at the center making any deal of brain injury awareness month or stroke awareness)
Centre for Neuro Skills Honors National Stroke Awareness Month

03-May-2017

The Centre for Neuro Skills (CNS) is a proud corporate sponsor of the Brain Injury Association of America. This May, CNS is honoring National Stroke Awareness Month with their Broad Strokes of Stroke campaign. By highlighting survivors like Amy, whose age and lifestyle indicated no risk of stroke, CNS is raising awareness about the fact that a stroke is a brain injury and can happen to anyone, anytime, and anywhere. Read more about Amy and others like her here.