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Faces of TBI

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A podcast dedicated to traumatic brain injury (TBI) awareness. Created by survivors for survivors. Hear from survivors, caregivers, medical professionals, and others!

Customer Reviews


I was fortunate enough to find this podcast it is inspiring to say the least. My research online produced several vague options for people with TBI that were both depressing and confusing. The guests on this podcast are well informed about several aspects of TBI. The interviewer brings real life experience and insightful questions that reinforce positivity, empathy, and hope Thank you!

Thank you!

This podcast is such an important contribution to the growing body of information about TBI. It’s helpful that it provides an audio format to compliment the written material present on websites, but sometimes difficult for TBI survivors to absorb. I realize that this podcast is for survivors but, honestly, I hope that health care providers also tune in to enhance their knowledge base.

Great topic poor audio quality.

As a TBI survivor myself I was so excited to see this broadcast as well as to listen to it. My brain injury was remarkably similar to yours. A fall on the ice. But mine was 10 years ago. I have very much enjoyed the topics that you have brought to this podcast. However… at most times it is very very difficult, if not impossible to hear you do to the poor audio quality. Your voice and the voice of others is usually garbled and muffled. I hope that you are able to look into this and correct it as soon as possible. No other podcast that I subscribe to have this problem so Unfortunately this must be on your end of the producing of your broadcast. Have you heard any similar complaint?

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  • Category: Self-Help
  • Language: English

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