• May 20, 2016
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    Golden milk for a golden morning

    BY: KRISTA SCHILTER Think milk only comes in chocolate and white? Find out how the benefits of the super-yellow, super-spice turmeric can help you post brain injury. It’s too common for ‘everything‘ to hurt after a brain injury. Swelling and […]

  • April 15, 2016
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    Blow your mind recipes

    BY: JANET CRAIG Welcome to Blow Your Mind Recipes – a new column by Chef Janet Craig. Janet’s recipes are simple, healthy, delicious and ABI friendly.  In her first post, Janet tells us about her self and gives us […]

  • April 8, 2016
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    Gardening and ABI recovery

    BY: ALISON Two years ago, a concussion left me with lingering debilitation, anxiety, and depression. I went from being an active, busy person with a meaningful career, to not being able to do much of anything. Needless to say, I was not in […]

  • March 31, 2016
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    Mind Yourself with Alison

    Dear Reader, Welcome to the first article in my new column, Mind Yourself with Alison. This column is about how you (or someone you care about) can thrive after a brain injury. I will focus on self-help tips, research, and personal experiences. Why? […]

  • March 31, 2016
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    Mind Yourself with Alison

    Dear Reader, Welcome to the first article in my new column, Mind Yourself with Alison. This column is about how you (or someone you care about) can thrive after a brain injury. I will focus on self-help tips, research, and personal experiences. Why? […]

  • March 24, 2016
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    Singing meditation for memory

    Meditation is often thought of a silent experience, but our new columnist Krista Schilter shares how an active singing meditation can help boost your memory. Read the first post in Krista’s new column – From Root to Rise: A Mindful […]

  • March 24, 2016
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    Exercise Your Memory with an Active Singing Meditation

    Meditation is often thought of a silent experience, but our new columnist Krista Schilter shares how an active singing meditation can help boost your memory. Read the first post in Krista’s new column – Root to Rise: A Mindful Approach to […]

  • March 18, 2016
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    Dr. Hunt Explores Concussions

    On April 7th, BIST is hosting a FREE talk on Exploring Concussions: Concussion Facts & Myths AND The latest Research Findings – featuring speakers Dr. Lesley Ruttan of Main St. Psychological Centre and Toronto Rehab; Dr. Carmela Tartaglia, Assistant Professor at […]

  • March 18, 2016
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    Exploring Concussions with Dr. Anne W. Hunt of the Concussion Centre at Holland Bloorview

    On April 7th, BIST is hosting a FREE talk on Exploring Concussions: Concussion Facts & Myths AND The latest Research Findings – featuring speakers Dr. Lesley Ruttan of Main St. Psychological Centre and Toronto Rehab; Dr. Carmela Tartaglia, Assistant Professor at […]

  • March 15, 2016
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    Coming back to BIST’s peer support program

    BY: MARK KONING I recently went through a re-training session to once again become a mentor in BIST’s peer support program. It felt good, returning to a cause that is both helpful and important. After a two-year stint as a peer mentor, I needed a break. […]

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