Stories

The Power of Positivity: Howard’s Story

a hero… is an ordinary individual who finds strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles – Christopher Reeve We live in a world of undetected heroes. Their capes are hidden. Their powers are overlooked but their perseverance is unmatched. These individuals transcend insurmountable odds to overcome challenges and in doing so become…

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Psychological Resilience Is Associated With Participation Outcomes Following Mild to Severe Traumatic Brain Injury

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) causes physical and cognitive-behavioral impairments that reduce participation in employment, leisure, and social relationships. Demographic and injury-related factors account for a small proportion of variance in participation post-injury. Personal factors such as resilience may also impact outcomes. This study aimed to examine the association of resilience alongside demographic, injury-related, cognitive, emotional,…

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Wounded warriors learn to ski and snowboard: A News10 Story about resilience.

Wounded warriors learn to ski and snowboard  …

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Paradigm and BIAA Article: New Paradigm for Brain Injury Rehabilitation Providers in Engaging Payers and Insurance Groups

New Paradigm for Brain Injury Rehabilitation Providers in Engaging Payers and Insurance Groups CATEGORIES: Living with Brain Injury, Professionals By Michael Choo, M.D., MBA, FACEP, FAAEM, CMRO, Paradigm We are fortunate to live in an era when the unprecedented pace of scientific discovery and medical innovation drives significant improvement in care delivery and survival of…

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Unmasking Brain Injury Project

Neuro Community Care encourages you to follow along as we highlight a warrior’s mask and their incredible story each week as part of the “Unmasking Brain Injury Project” on our Facebook page. This project is designed to promote awareness of the prevalence of brain injury and to give survivors a voice as well as the…

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Don’t worry ’bout a thing…’Cause every little thing is gonna be alright

  Brandon joined the United States Air Force on October 19, 2010 following in the military footsteps of his parent which served in the US Army for 20 years. Brandon served in the Air Force for almost four years, working in SRA geospatial intelligence. He retired from the military early, so he could pursue his education.  Just…

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Logan’s Race to the Finish Line

One of Neuro Community Care’s amazing clients has been making a mark for himself in his community. Watch Logan’s story unfold as it airs on his local news network.     https://www.wlox.com/2019/09/18/south-mississippi-strong-ainsleys-angels-push-differently-abled-people-finish-line-beyond/ Congratulations on all of your achievements Logan!!…

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Defeat is not in his Vocabulary: Gabe’s Story

When most of us think about the Invictus Games, we immediately think of adaptive sports or veteran games.  They are so much more than that though.  The competition itself is the focus of that week, but the challenge of getting to that week is where lives are changed: Most of us will never know the…

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God’s not Through with me Yet! Julie’s Inspirational Story:

Neuro Community Care is proud to introduce our client Julie as we highlight another mask from our Unmasking Brain Injury Project. This is both her own story and the story behind her mask: “Hard to articulate the complexities of a brain injury with blank spaces in my head, trying to remember how to spell certain…

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Meet Freddy: Also known as ‘Dixie’s Hero’

When Freddy joined the Army in 2004, he never imagined how much it would change his life.  Freddy initially served in the mechanical field at Fort Hood in Texas, but after serving two tours in Iraq (2005-2006 and 2008-2009), he was transferred to Fort Carson in Colorado.  In July of 2010, he was deployed to…

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