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Open Ears, Open Eyes, Open Mind, Closed Mouth: Supporting Family after Brain Injury – Part 3

A starter kit for supporting family after brain injury. Here are four simple actions that you can practice to better support family after brain injury, with compassion and empathy. Over the past couple of posts I have talked about being alongside family after brain injury. Firstly the responses and reactions family members might experience and […]

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Family Support after Brain Injury: Empathy and Compassion – Part 2

How do we understand family support  after brain injury, when we are all different? Each of our families work differently, whether a family member has experienced a major trauma, such as brain injury, or not. Last week, the discussion was about the responses and reactions family might have when a family member has a brain […]

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