Find all the personal stories we have from people living with Acquired Brain Injury, their carers and healthcare professionals
Aisling spent her 19th birthday in an ICU after getting hit by a car while crossing the road in front of her house. In her own words, Aisling gives a raw and honest account of her recovery.
Brian was only 23, when his life changed forever. Ten minutes was all it took for the cycling accident that caused his brain injury. Now 59, Brian has shared his story to show people that life doesn’t end after brain injury.
Roisin was only 15 years old when she went for a routine scan on her sinus that turned out to be a brain tumour. Here she talks about the challenges of accepting a brain injury but of the incredible rewards when you achieve things you never thought possible.
Our inspirational brain injury survivor Brian Hogan is never short of surprises and this week he has launched his very own walkathon supported by his family. His rehab goal is clear – to complete 20 laps of Thomond Park! #COVIDCantStopRehab
I don’t think anyone would sit down and have a chat with me today and know I had a brain injury. My injury was always invisible.