To The Spousal Caregiver This Holiday

To The Spousal Caregiver This Holiday “To love and care for a person is to see all of their magic, and to remind them of it when they have forgotten.” -Anonymous The holidays always seem to beg of everyone a sense of joy and happiness. There are several aspects of the holidays that give off […]

Navigating the holidays with aphasia

Holidays with aphasia

Navigating The Holidays With Aphasia “There’s something about a Christmas sweater that will always make me laugh.” Kristin Wiig Many greet the holidays with cheerful anticipation. After all, it means time with family, those Hallmark movies that everyone loves, and the overall holly jolly spirit of Christmas. However, for those with aphasia, the holidays can […]

Maintaining a strong relationship with your partner while living with aphasia

Maintaining a strong relationship with your partner while living with aphasia We welcome guest blogger Veronique Theberge from Weird And Wonderful Brain. Communication is an important part of a relationship with your significant other. Brain injury can challenge many aspects of your relationship with your loved one, and if aphasia is in the mix, it represents […]

10 Best Traumatic Brain Injury Podcasts

Traumatic Brain Injury Podcasts

10 Best Traumatic Brain Injury Podcasts March is Brain Injury Awareness month. Brain injury awareness is crucial as it helps to educate individuals on the potential causes, symptoms, and long-term effects of brain injuries. Increased awareness can lead to earlier diagnosis and treatment, which can improve outcomes for those affected. Additionally, understanding brain injuries can […]

You Are Not Alone

Not Alone

You Are Not Alone “The loneliest moment in someone’s life is when they are watching their whole world fall apart, and all they can do is stare blankly.” F. Scott Fitzgerald You Are Not Alone Aphasia can be a very, very lonely condition. It can be lonely for the person who has aphasia and also […]

A Guide To Ambiguous Grief

Ambiguous Grief

A Guide To Ambiguous Grief “No one ever told me that grief felt so much like fear. I am not afraid, but the sensation is like being afraid. The same fluttering in the stomach, the same restlessness…” C.S. Lewis, quote from A Grief Observed Grief is something that we’ve all experienced. If you’re reading this, […]

Brain Injury And Speech

Veronique Brain Injury And Speech

Brain Injury And Speech We welcome guest blogger Veronique Theberge from Weird And Wonderful Brain. One of the biggest impairments that remains for me 4 years following encephalitis and its token brain injury is my speech issues. For me, aphasia means that my speech delivery is often extremely slow, slurred, and connecting the dots between […]

Why Aphasia Awareness Is So Important

Aphasia Awareness

Why Aphasia Awareness Is So Important The long-awaited month of June is finally upon us. We’re taking to social media and beyond to educate our communities and the world about the importance of aphasia awareness. This time of the year is very important to our family because we’ve lived the struggles associated with this unseen […]

Important Facts For Stroke Awareness Month

Stroke Awareness Month

Important Facts For Stroke Awareness Month If you’re part of the “stroke club” that nobody wants to be part of but is full of really cool peeps (like us); you probably already know that this month is stroke awareness month. If you’re a visitor interested in learning more about stroke and aphasia, then buckle up, […]

What Is Aphasia?

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What Is Aphasia? Aphasia has been in the news lately with Bruce Willis’ recent diagnosis. While our hearts are with him and his family as they navigate this complex, we’ve seen such an outpouring of awareness. For years, the aphasia community has tried to create awareness to initiate change for this unseen condition, and Bruce […]

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