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Shireen Jeejeebhoy is an artist, author, and blogger. She obtained a B.Sc. in psychology from the University of Toronto, launched into writing and coding, and slammed and somersaulted into the unknown life of brain injury.
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- Changing how a medical specialty is practiced should come with a warning and take into account the vulnerability of patients with brain injury.
- People with brain injury who’ve lost their reading comprehension cannot access bibliotherapy, so it’s critical that they receive treatment so they can benefit from it.
- Brain injury grief remains relatively unexplored, but we can take pointers from other areas of research, and from mourning elephants.
- No one can return to the “normal” before times. Deep within us lies the knowledge that “normal” is a false front, nostalgia deceives, and we must deal with reality.
- A concussion, or COVID-19, devastates us when we learn it has a vastly different progression than acute illness. Understanding the stages of brain injury recovery helps.