traumatic brain injury

October 23, 2018 | Suzanne Tobin

ABCs of Brain Injury: G Is for Genetic Testing

Depression is a  fairly common occurrence among brain injury survivors. We are survivors because we have the inner strength to overcome many difficulties that life places in our path. Treating this particular type of depression is anything but routine.  There are unseen genetic factors that can affect one’s ability to respond to medication for depression. Four years after my correct […]

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October 15, 2018 | Suzanne Tobin

ABCs of Brain Injury: H Is for Humility

As I mentioned in my last post, having the humility to recognize my deficits is essential to my progress. On Monday, I had the humility to visit my neuro-optometrist at the Vision and Conceptual Development Center for my annual checkup and ask for help again. For more information on this field, visit the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association website […]

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May 9, 2018 | Suzanne Tobin

ABCs of Brain Injury: L Is for Life

So many of us are caught up in our jobs, our commute, and all the incidental errands and chores that take up our time. But after coming so close to death, I have a new perspective on what is important to me. And that’s life. The American Academy of Neurology has redesigned and changed the […]

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