Understanding Brain Injury

There is an extraordinary amount of information on the internet about brain injury, but it isn’t always easy to understand or easy to associate to for those living with a brain injury.

Facts can be difficult for people living with brain injury outcomes to interpret – they often remain stored as facts with no entanglement being made with other data. It is a bit like watching specks of dust in the sunlight. It isn’t until they settle on a surface that they start to form a ‘solid.’ It is this ‘surface’ for things to settle on that is often missing after a brain injury because memories, and the routes to them, have been lost or disrupted.

Sometimes all we want to know is what is going on and why – in uncomplicated and straightforward terms.