Army Sergeant From Burbank Seriously Injured In IED Attack Honored At Dodger Stadium as originally seen in CBS Los Angeles Happy Memorial Day! On this Memorial Day, I’d like you to meet Bryan Anderson, Army Sergeant who did two tours in Iraq. On that last tour in 2005, he lost both legs and a hand in … Continue reading Real Life on Wheels
Admit it. We’ve all parked in the handicapped place when we shouldn’t have at least once. In my case, I just needed to run into the grocery store for one thing real quick! Or maybe there weren’t any other parking places at a busy event venue. What would you do if a hologram popped up … Continue reading Disabled Deterrent: How a Russian Mall is Keeping Disabled Parking for Disabled People
The science behind why introverts struggle to speak by Jenn Granneman as originally seen on Introvert, Dear. Sorry, Speechies. I haven’t been the best about highlighting Better Hearing and Speech Month. So here’s one for you! Being an introvert myself, I often have terrible word recall. And it always happens at the most inopportune moments too. … Continue reading Why Introverts Have Difficulty with Word Retrieval: Neuroscience Explains.
U.S. Army Medical Department Center & School Portal for mTBI/Concussion Rehab Toolkit Ok, let’s not kid ourselves. I did not read all of the above. 1) I don’t have the time (to do that for free) and 2) as much as I love working with other therapy professionals, I’m going to let them do their … Continue reading Multi-Disciplinary Concussion Rehab Toolkit
Children with Epilepsy– Families Tell Their Stories Here we have a playlist of 4 videos highlighting 3 young children and 1 young lady in her 20s living life with epilepsy. The total playlist of videos is about 50 minutes long. If you don’t have that kind of time– or that kind of attention span– I … Continue reading “Just” Epilepsy
Follow the MIND Diet to Stave off Alzheimer’s as originally seen in The Globe and Mail by Leslie Beck What’s different about this MIND diet? It seems to really focus on the dark colored food items– leafy greens and berries. Why are these so important? The darker a food item is, the more antioxidants it has in … Continue reading MIND Your Nutrition to Guard Against Alzheimer’s
The Difference Between Tantrums and Sensory Meltdowns as originally seen on Understood by Amanda Morin. Both tantrums and sensory meltdowns can be behavioral aspects of several different brain centered issues, like the ones mentioned in the article: ADHD, sensory processing issues or autism like mentioned in the video or I’ve seen them both occur in brain … Continue reading Tantrums and Sensory Meltdowns– What’s the Difference and How to Tame the Beast