Vision? What vision? What’s your vision of perception? Have you laughed at some ridiculous comments or created laughter in a room full of serious people? At a recent Read the rest of this entry »
Monthly Archives: July 2013
Laughter as brain injury medicine … Is life really a “walk in the park”?
A walk in the park is peaceful. A time to slow the pace of life and take in environmental delights! Here you’ll find uncomplicated Read the rest of this entry »
Simple tips for brain injury, illness, aging, injuries, patients … Do you have an advocate? Part 2 of 2
A person that is traumatized or fighting illness needs help. Read the rest of this entry »
Simple tips for brain injury, illness, aging, injuries, patients … Do you have an advocate? Part 1 of 2
No one can be totally prepared to handle a medical crisis alone! How can you be the patient and advocate along with a body in crisis? Some are better ready than others, yet these are too very different roles. If you’ve never been ill or injured you may think you will never need an advocate. Trust me, everyone NEEDS an advocate! Read the rest of this entry »
Laughter as brain injury medicine … you didn’t step in that did you?
Ever seen those signs “No shirt, No shoes, No admittance!” Read the rest of this entry »
Loving and living with someone when they have Cerebral Palsy, Seizures, and Brain Dysfunction (Part 6 Series)
Cognitive deficits … overwhelmed & problem solving
People with cognitive deficits usually become overwhelmed after misplacing or difficulty Read the rest of this entry »