We need to listen to what people like Tessa Venell and those with even mild brain injury tell us about their lives. Many of my research participants tell me that brain injury survivor support groups are important sources of community and hope. When these groups incorporate activities that support cognitive and emotional healing, they can help to fill the gap created in our medical model approach to brain injury rehabilitation.
Listening to Brain Injury Survivors, by Laura Lorenz
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