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Time to Talk Traumatic Brain injury is podcast dedicated to traumatic brain injury (TBI) survivors doing their best to live a healthy and productive life post injury. Created by survivors for survivors. In this podcast you will hear from from survivors, caregivers, medical professionals, and others!
Several of our podcasts are currently and will continue to feature interviews with; doctors, physiotherapists, who work in the field of brain injury and others in the medical field including occupational therapists, speech therapist and other rehabilitation experts. Most importantly the voices of actual survivors will talk about how they are dealing with living after a TBI and how it has effected their lives, their family and friends lives and the need for community support as a whole. While recovery and rehabilitation are possible, most people with moderate to severe TBI face life challenges that will require them to adapt and adjust to a new reality. Time to Talk Traumatic Brain Injury Podcast deal with that reality by speaking to real survivors and people that have lived or are living with a brain injury.

Their stories are about how they are not defined by their pain or injury. They describe how they make choices to adapt to their present circumstances to create lives of value despite pain and loss. By listening to others with familiar stories, survivors using this podcast will benefit by learning about unique ways to accept reality and diminish the fear of not being able to live a quality life.

Oct 26, 2021

This not just about winning a donut or coffee.  This a chance to talk about inclusion and the greater good of our community. 

If we think about it, the RUTR contest eliminates up to ¾ of the programs we support at our association. That is exclusion for the brain injury survivor and many others suffering from mental health and physical disorders.

By the way. I received this letter and still have not gotten an answer or suggestion on how to better the situation. Oh ya, the majority of us don’t use cell phones so what good is it to improve features on the app that we don’t have?

Thank you for reaching out to Tim Horton's! I would like to thank you for taking the time to provide us with your mobile app suggestion for our people with disabilities. In this case, I have made sure to pass your feedback along to our developers responsible for improvements and new features for the app.