Perception is almost everything for any kind of recovery, especially for a traumatic brain injury (TBI) recovery. This quick video offers you three perspectives that have aided me in my own recovery, and I think they will help you. Let me know if you have any questions (email: email@example.com). Please share this video and show your support! Kindly,Cameron Fathauer(All video credits to Ebel Media)
Posted by Voice of TBI on Monday, July 24, 2017
Negativity in Recovery
At all times, watch your words, but even more so with a TBI victim. In tonight's second video for the Voice of TBI, Cameron Fathauer discusses the issue of negativity in recovery and the top three negative comments that hurt TBI victims the most. What are the most hurtful comments you have heard as a TBI person or associate? Please share this video to support the cause!Video credits to Ebel Media
Posted by Voice of TBI on Sunday, July 30, 2017
The Benefits of Nature
As time moves forward and human progress continues to rise, vocality about the benefits of nature comes closer and closer to a demise. Nature has benefits for all persons, TBI or not. For the traumatically brain injured person, in specific, nature can be a way to find relaxation, fun with others, and act as a healthy (and free) neuro-therapist. There are plenty of cognitive benefits freely available to a person in nature. What are some other benefits of nature that you have experienced? Comment your thoughts below. Show your support by sharing this video!
Posted by Voice of TBI on Sunday, August 6, 2017
Interview w/Jordan Finley (TBI Survivor)
Click and watch Jordan's story and hear his advice on recovering from a traumatic brain injury (TBI). He is very honest and insightful. But for your fair warning, this is a tear-jerker at times. I'd go ahead and grab the tissue box! Make sure you watch in HD by clicking to the bottom right of the video screen. #VoiceOfTBI
Posted by Voice of TBI on Sunday, August 20, 2017
Interview w/Neuropsychologist, Dr. Stephen Curtis
Check out our newest video! In this interview with neuropsychologist, Dr. Stephen Curtis, M.D., he discusses the side effects of a brain injury and the need to target the hidden parasite in recovery—depression. This is a great listen for all. NOTE: In the video, Dr. Curtis's name is spelled "Stephen" not "Steven."
Posted by Voice of TBI on Sunday, August 27, 2017
How To Improve Your Memory
"How To Improve Your Memory." Here is a condensed version of the 4th IOI Program from last Tuesday (January 2, 2018). Comment with any questions you have about memory & TBI.
Posted by Voice of TBI on Friday, January 5, 2018
The Epiphany of Pain
Two and a half years after my severe traumatic brain injury, I give this message. I want this video to encourage those that are discouraged in their fight against depression. Depression is virtually a guarantee after any kind of brain injury and the ceaseless torture it brings is invisible to others. While your external environment may look like heaven, your internal environment is probably hell. You do not battle with this alone. Let us begin listening to the epiphany of our pain. (Be sure to watch in HD).
Posted by Voice of TBI on Thursday, May 3, 2018