By Angela


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4 Responses to “Contact”

  1. 1 Beth Conley
    October 23, 2008 at 2:15 pm

    Thanks so much for your inspiring story. I a m a speech therapist at a hospital and I facillitate our brain injury support group. I will give people you website info, and hopefully make a connection. We are located in CT, where are you?

  2. November 9, 2008 at 10:38 pm

    Hi Beth,

    I’m sorry I haven’t responded sooner to your email. I really overstretched myself and am now trying to get back on track and listen to my fatigue cues. The thing I hate most is not being able to accomplish my goals as fast as I used to and the difficulty with multi-tasking.

    Just wanted to say how lucky the brain injury group is to have someone like you facilitating! And how lucky are your clients with whom you work in therapy….I’m sure your work with the brain injury group has provided you with a special sensitivity and insight into this “invisible injury.” I wish more professionals would try to learn from their patients/clients instead of assuming their “book knowledge” and medical training teaches them all they need to know.

    Unfortunately, I’m several hundred miles away from CT, but just a click away through the internet. Please feel free to share with me some of the topics your group is discussing. I also belong to a brain injury support group and become inspired to write from the topics which emerge that resonate with me.

    I’d love to hear more from you about how you came to do the work you do. Feel free to email me privately at

  3. 4 elliott
    February 13, 2010 at 1:23 pm

    hi Angela,
    i could not see this to type so ill do my best, i also have a brain injury. and i know how tough it can be, but there are decent people out thjere that care about us. a lot of people includin drs. dont understan head injurys becase our smptoms are so different and like me i still drive some, but my hearing loss is getting worse, and its really hard to read small print, i have my friend lynn who has to read drs forms for me and fill them out because my tremors make it to hard for me to write anymore. you inspire me to try and start writing again.any chance you could make it so i could type this bggger so i can see it better. thanks, elliott in kentucky i lost my siblings after i was diagnsed with brain injury no family any more its hard sometimes, i miss them their in ohio. im 49 years old i never thought i would lose my youngr brothers and sister du to my head injury and i ran out of money i’m not able to help out like i used to. have not heard from any of them in 4 or 5 years. all i did was say i could not help them out anymore it was to hard on my health. and the live far from me. my car quit and i have no money to buy a new one its hard living on dissability 600.00 a month and medical care is ppoor. i cannt afford to go to specialists. thanks, sorry i was trying to give you support and i ended up venting, good luck i’ll say a prayer for you. great spirit helps in odd ways sometimes…when we least expect it…thanks for your special words they mean a lot to me….peace…you can do all the right things pay bills , work and then have a few to many head injurys or just one it can almost detroy you. i’m in a small town now because i cant take noise of the bigger cities. one day at a time…stay safe…

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