Brad, a stroke survivor, shares his positive and moving experience working with the dedicated team of rehab therapists at Lions Gate Hospital's Intensive Rehab Outpatient Program.
Videos About Support
Prince George Brain Injured Group - Les' Story
Les speaks about his deep appreciation for the community at the Prince George Brain Injured Group, having discovered the service more than 20 years post brain injury.
Northern Health's Stroke Workshops - Reg's Story
Reg speaks about how Northern Health's Stroke Workshops have empowered him and helped him to continue on his journey of recovery.
Judi Libin's Story
Judi Libin: a mother whose son sustained a traumatic brain injury resulting from an assault. She talks about her son's injury and recovery and how the family supported him throughout the journey.
Debbie Jubb: a stroke survivor talks about how her family supported her through her recovery, the challenges of aphasia, the different therapies that helped her as well as the positive outcomes of new friendships following her stroke.
Geoff: a survivor of a traumatic brain injury talks about his injury, the importance of connecting with community resources and other survivors as well as some strategies that he has found useful.
Rachel on Positivity
Rachel shares the importance of staying positive for the friends and family of a loved one affected by brain injury.
Marie Duncan: a survivor of a traumatic brain injury talks about her injury and recovery, the importance of her family's support and peer support as well as what motivated her to get better.
PCBIC 2010: Janelle Breese Biagioni - Headline Magazine Editor
Janelle speaks about her background working within the brain injury community. She also relates her personal experience with brain injury and the importance for families to receive information and support when one of their family members is recovering from a brain injury. This video was filmed on location at the 2010 Pacific Coast Brain Injury Conference in Victoria, BC.
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