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Editors of Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews 16h
“Neuronanotechnology for brain regeneration,” by S Kannan, K Liaw, and Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews.
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Paul Fink 1h
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Michelle Munt Feb 24
"after my , my speech was slurred, s-l-o-w, & flat without natural rhythm or inflection. Speaking was an effort physically as well as mentally requiring conscious effort to put thoughts into speech." talks about
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Michelle Munt 8h
Living with a means I work had to avoid my triggers. But sometimes I wonder if my behaviour comes across as that of a control freak, where I need everything on my terms....
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SM 14m
The true reason why woodpeckers don't suffer brain injury! - New cartoon + micropost
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Acquired Brain Injury Ireland 12h
Recovery after a can be a lifelong journey. As a family member caring for a loved one, you need every support to help you. Our 'On With Life' support groups for families are here to guide you. See our website for a local group near you:
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RCN Foundation Feb 21
Research we have commissioned has shown that training more specialist nurses to help young people who have experienced could result in big cost savings for the NHS. That's why we worked with on a new education programme. Read more:
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Jacy Brean Feb 20
Meet Pete, whose amazing recovery from is inspiring thousands of & survivors around the world. Recently seen on with & aka
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Peter Coghlan 4h
'And then I notice my thumb. It moved! Only about two millimetres, but it definitely moved! Maybe I’m seeing things; maybe my wild imaginings have taken over!'
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Lauren 11h
When you add up your mileage for the day and it’s 350... safe to say I’ll sleep well tonight! 💤 Totally worth it though when I get to work with such amazing clients!
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Headway East London 20h
TONIGHT! ⭐ We're hopping over to the Lates to run two talks on with our member Yoki ⬇️ She'll be sharing her brain scans and artwork & asking whether our preoccupation with neuroscience is holding us back in fully understanding brain injury....
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Lucy Fallon Feb 25
Today Monika passed her Reg Manager's interview for Ariya House & the service was also CQC Registered. We are very proud of her/ the whole team that have supported it's development. Already a very beautiful and therapeutic space 😁
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ABI Solutions 19h
Only a matter of hours until Professor Barbara Wilson's on " assessment & treatment for people with non-progressive ". Tomorrow will be a very thought-provoking day with one of the world's leading clinical neuropsychologists - we can't wait!
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ACRMBrainInjury 16h
Attending in this week? Pls plan to stop by booth 19 & learn what ACRM has to offer, including community networking groups, task forces, opportunities, & meetings &
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Krysalis Neuro OT 26m
Replying to @nbinders
Absolutely - we have a blog landing on next week entitled “reclaiming life after ” and the author touches on the feelings she experienced that her mind was entrapped within a labyrinthine prison whilst her brain attempted to heal. Fascinating stuff.
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Thats.what.weed.said🇨🇦 Feb 20
Almost 5 yrs ago, I suffered a while playing a sport I loved. I had no idea the impact would have on my life and I couldn't have predicted how would save it. If you haven't read my story, please read🙏🏼
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SEABIF 11h
Well done the team from for putting on an excellent evening around “A specialist approach to community neurological rehab”. Fascinating speakers and great to catch-up with friendly faces including from .
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Traumatic Brain Injury News 9h
Consuming a good diet can help fuel your recovery and prevent you from declining.
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NeuroSport™ Concussion Testing and Recovery 19h
This is considered our “fun” test. The 3D simulator allows us to assess the performance capabilities of an athlete. By doing this, we can give a correct concussion diagnosis and a proper return-to-play timetable.
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Charlie 10h
“The NHS saved my life in an emergency but then failed to help me recover any of the life I once had,” this happens all too often and private rehab is not always an option. These essential services must be available to all
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