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Big things come in small sizes!

Make sure to get your Nuts and seeds, as they offer POWERFUL nutrition and BRAIN-BOOSTING benefits!

Rich in Omega-3, Omega 6, Protein and vitamin E~all are a powerhouse for the brain and enhance your memory!

Lucky 7 to remember:






•Pumpkin seeds



Sunrise TBI Journal is a safe place you can go to record your process and celebrate the little milestones.

*Every TBI is different. There are many factors that

play a major role in survival and recovery.

Updated: Feb 15

Are you connected to your Faith?

Try and spend time reflecting on your Faith and your journey. Here are a few ways you can reflect & engage in your Faith.

1. Connect with your community - Talk to your family and friends about Faith. Ask them what they think about Faith and if it is present in their life.

2. Find inspirational quotes, books, and stories of Faith -

My book Sunrise was written to inspire faith, love, hope, and healing. It might help you on your journey to find Faith.

A few of my favorite quotes

"When you have faith in God, you don't have to worry about the future. You just know it's all in His hands. You just go to and do your best." - Elder Bryan Mathison

"Believe in yourself, and the rest will fall into place. Have faith in your own abilities, work hard, and there is nothing you cannot accomplish." - Brad Henry

"Faith is unseen but felt, faith is strength when we feel we have none, faith is hope when all seems lost." - Catherine Pulsifer

"Faith that it's not always in your hands or things don't always go the way you planned, but you have to have faith that there is a plan for you, and you must follow your heart and believe in yourself no matter what." - Martina McBride

3. Journal - Journal more…write, write and write some more. If writing isn’t your thing, join a free Inscribe Me app. Talk all you want and it writes for you.

4. If you are religious find church groups or bible passages that aline with Faith. Re-connect to your spiritual side.

Let's start a conversation! I would love to connect with you about your journey.

Updated: Oct 25, 2022

Use sticky notes! They are a must tool for outpatient caregivers, especially when the patient first arrives home.

Sticky notes are a way to set reminders of things spoken, things to do, memory cues, missed directions, and so on. Reading everything twice or more is a good habit to start. It helps the brain rewire faster in the first year of home recovery. With her iPhones and other technologies today, reminders can be made, set alarms and timers on your smartphone. According to the journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 64% of patients recover cognitively in the first year. I however believe this percentage could be higher if patients were inundated With visual aids every step of the way.

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