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The pandemic may have made you exhausted and listless, but that’s only during your waking hours. Sleep has brought upon us a whole new world.
Brain Injury Alliance encourages extra communication around head injuries between athletes, coaches, and parents during time of COVID
Your memory used to be like a steel trap, but for the past few months, it seems to have magically disappeared. You can’t remember easy things, like where you left your keys, appointments, even your kids’ names. Don’t worry, you’re (probably) not losing it. It’s just another reason to hate 2020.
Even in the best of times, parenting is as tough as it is rewarding. During a pandemic, however, all rules go out the window — Or do they?
In several short months, the playing field has changed, thanks to telemedicine. In fact, health care analysts estimate the pandemic and ensuing stay-at-home orders accelerated the widespread implementation of telemedicine by at least a decade.
The COVID-19 pandemic and quarantine have created challenges for people across the world. This is, perhaps, especially true for traumatic brain injury (TBI) survivors and their caregivers who are already dealing with the physical, mental, and emotional consequences of brain injury
If you or someone you love misuses opioids or illicit drugs, you may already know the current national health crisis is affecting the drug market, along with everything else.
BIAAZ has put together suggestions for what you can do to help the brain injury survivor in your life stay as safe as possible during these challenging, unfamiliar times.
How family members of First Responders and Essential Employees can cope with the stress of COVID-19 emergency work conditions
Caring for the Body & Mind as the COVID-19 Pandemic Ensues
2-part presentation: Steve is joining us for the second time as a Rays of Hope speaker, bringing messages to encourage you to keep pressing on and try to keep smiling.