A short while back, I asked the readers of our newsletter if they had a brain focused website or blog. I thought it would be nice to highlight their work here so you could take a look and see what they’re up to.
The sites are in no particular order, and many thanks go out to the group for being active members of the Brain Training 101 community.
Cheryle Sullivan, MD runs this informative and welcoming site on Traumatic Brain Injury.
“If you or someone you know or love has had a Traumatic Brain Injury then you know that the road that they will travel will be very much like a journey full of ups and downs as well as highs and lows. This website is dedicated to those who have and do live with Brain Injuries every day, their families, supporters and caregivers.”
Ric Allport heads up this monthly newsletter full of trivia and puzzles.
“We are encouraging people to actively feed their brains with interesting fun things to do to keep those brain cells working well. We like to think of it as food for the brain.”
Debbie Hampton, a brain injury survivor, shares her journey of recovery.
“We have much more power to recover from a brain injury, improve our brain’s functioning, and to create our own reality with our brain than we ever thought possible. Here I will tell you how I did so and encourage you to do the same.”
Tom Justin is the creator of this personal problem solving center.
“The power of creativity and successful living are within this source. What you will find here is proof, and how to use Your Inner Wizard daily. But only if youâ€™re willing to be an open-minded skeptic.”
Terry South is the voice behind this evolving startup.
It’s nice design is easy on the eyes and is in need of just a bit of direction. Maintaining a blog is no easy task, and I applaud Terry for stepping up to the challenge.
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