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Videos About Tbi

Fraser Health's Concussion Clinic - Lisa's Story

Lisa speaks about the integral role Fraser Health's Concussion Clinic played in her recovery from a series of concussions.

GF Strong's Intensive Rehab Day Program - Jacques' Story

Jacques speaks about how the committed and caring approach of the rehab therapist team in G.F. Strong's Intensive Rehab Day Program helped him overcome the obstacles he faced after suffering a stroke.

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.

Pacific Coast Brain Injury Conference

Sacha Arsenault describes how the Pacific Coast Brain Injury Conference serves as an important community and resource hub for the brain injury community.

What is a brain injury?

This archival animated video describes the brain functions and how the brain is affected by a brain injury. It uses the analogy of a company system to describe how the brain's function are affected.

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.

Jon & Rachel's story

Jon and Rachel: husband and wife talk about getting married following Jon's motor vehicle accident, how they get inspiration and motivation from each other and the importance of never giving up and keeping positive.

Gay Walker's story

Gay Walker, a stroke survivor, talks about her experience of having a stroke, loss of speech, and the services that have helped her recover.

Bill Clare's story

Bill Clare talks about his stroke and the stroke recovery branch that he attends. He explains how important both the staff and the peers that he sees regularly at the branch have been throughout his recovery.

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