How unconditional love from pets taught this brain injury survivor to practice unconditional self-love.
There is a certain joy and lightheartedness in the way Michelle McKay carries herself. The three-time stroke survivor has accomplished a lot this year.
Daniel (Dan) Goldstein, a Marine Corps combat veteran and career firefighter-paramedic, faced a life-altering incident at work.
One Kick Changed Her Life Tawnya Padilla’s story wasn’t supposed to be like this. She grew up just outside Seattle, in Auburn, Washington, with two brothers and a sister. Her mom was a hairdresser, her dad a plumber. On the weekends, they would take out the sailboat...
As a panelist at the upcoming Brain Health Leadership Breakfast, presented by the Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona, Dr. Maria Centeno-Vazquez will offer her unique insights into how survivors can best return to work.
With snow and ice all around us and guests coming the next day to celebrate New Year’s, someone had to go to the hardware store…
Rebuilding life after such an injury is a long, difficult process. A pet can help make recovery more manageable in several ways.
Professor Benjamin Gross is scheduled to share his vision of the ever-expanding role of occupational therapy as a panelist at the upcoming Brain Health Leadership Breakfast, presented by the Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona.
Carrie Collins, CEO for Brain Injury Alliance Arizona, recently sat down with fellow Michigander and brain injury survivor, Mike Orris.
Jason Karstens, PT, DPT is on a mission to improve his profession as a whole.
Zoe Messer’s return to work after a traumatic brain injury (TBI) has been challenging, and she’s not afraid to be blunt about that.
Gardening requires you to use your brain and memory in a variety of ways to be successful. It exercises the use of problem-solving skills and attention to detail, as well as provides cognitive stimulation.