August 9, 2013 at 7pm to September 9, 2013 at 10pm
Be Part of a major movie release, let design festivals and public awareness around this movie, years in the making from famed movie expert Cheryl Green and her unique way of seeing thing in the world and society. My hope is to get her up in spokane to help document all incredible things we do in spokane despite the resistance of professionals trying to brand brain injury into a industry, I think that's what I want to call the movie the resistance, but anyway the movie "Who am i to stop it!" is…See More
"Hi Mickey, thank you very much. What do you do at the restaurant? I'm as I like to say retired I was a hairdresser for almost 20 years before I had my last brain surgery. Now on the days I feel good I paint or draw, I'm writing a…"
"Hi how are you? My name is Mickey and I am a surviver from a brain injury. I had my life plained but one November 16, 2001 day, I hit my head on a sewer grate and I was out cold for 16 weeks. But now I am walking around and I have a great job at a…"
"hi, how are you doing tonight? My name is Mickey, I am a mild TBI and a survivor. I work at a restaurant. I had a skateboard accident in 2001 two months after I returned from the Little League World Series. Would you like to become my friend?"
I am a brain injury Survivor, Family/Caregiver or professional
What do you find most difficult living with a brain injury
I feel sometimes that some people do not understand the little issues I have dealing with a brain injury. I have short term memory issues, which allows people to take advantage of me, I believe. How I look at it as is everyone has there own way of cooping I have mine. I live for the moment and I enjoy each step I take. The more I do, the more it will become fun. I just want to meet people that accept me the way I am now. I am still a caring and good person. I am in great health and my only disability is some short term memory issues.
are you on another social network such as facebook, so we can varify your a real person trying to apply
what is most important that you learn about brain injury
that everyone who has a brain injury are never the same but I can conitue to grow.
my or my families brain injury is concidered
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Hi Mickey, thank you very much. What do you do at the restaurant? I'm as I like to say retired I was a hairdresser for almost 20 years before I had my last brain surgery. Now on the days I feel good I paint or draw, I'm writing a book. Its taking me a long time but I keep on writing. Do you have animals?
I am new to the Beaumount, Texas, area, but many are encouraging my positive perspective of brain recovery vs. injured, disabled, retarded, handicapped, crippled, etc., (legal disability environment/fear factor) cognitively challenged (linguistic…See More
As a survivor of Traumatic Brain-Injury who is too stubborn to give up and yield to the notion that I cannot work due to disability, I have--more than once--been a client of the Washington State Division of Vocational Rehabilitation. My file has…See More
Hello.I want to let you know about the publication of my new book. It is called "Rethink, Redo, Rewired: Using Alternative Treatments to Heal a Brain Injury"It will teach readers about some alternative treatments that can help with many health…See More