Everytime I attend a brain injury-related conference, I get inspired by the fascinating individuals I meet and the programs they’re involved with. This morning, at the National Association of Head Injury Administrator’s Conference (NASHIA), I had the honor of meeting Lisa Keller, a TBI survivor who turned her recovery into a remarkable tool for individuals and family members that struggle with a mild or moderate brain injury.
Lisa’s “brain child” is called the Brain Injury Recovery Kit, presented by Daytimer. The kit contains a 5-step program that provides essential information, tips, and strategies to begin moving into and through recovery. The kit also contains DVDs and organizational tools that many survivors will find extremely useful. Lisa herself continues to use many of the components offered in the kit.
The Brain Injury Recovery Kit isn’t meant to replace rehab or medical care, but it should be a fantastic supplement to recovery. I think it would be especially critical to individuals living in rural areas with limited access to resources.
Click here to find out more about the Brain Injury Recovery Kit from Daytimer.