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How to be Concussed Series

with Timothy Giles

Headway, Brain Injury Auckland Podcasts

How to be Concussed Series

A tool to support you as you work through the journey of dealing with life after a concussion.

Through a series of relaxed and intimate conversations, Timothy Giles shares his deep insights and personal experiences of living with concussion. Everyone’s journey through concussion is unique but those living with concussion have much in common. Timothy’s conversations help explain the day-to-day frustrations and difficulties faced by those who have suffered a concussion and provide practical suggestions to make life easier for them, their families, friends and carers.

Trainer, facilitator, broadcaster, Timothy Giles experienced two traumatic brain injuries, which, he says, added interesting and sometimes challenging elements to his life.

A recent third, but milder concussion, made him realise he could help others by sharing his insights and experiences as he lives through them and finds ways to overcome challenges. So if you are living with a concussion, or supporting someone who is, find a quiet spot, relax and listen. There is help, hope and support.


These podcast conversations are created for you to feel like you are having a private conversation with Timothy in the privacy of your own space, to hear messages that you need to hear in order to help unravel the experiences you are dealing with and a sense of knowing that you are not alone.

They are designed to be a powerful tool to support individuals, supporters, carers, family, whānau, friends and work colleagues to understand the effects of concussion on your life and offer a deep insight into the day-to-day issues facing anyone dealing with the side effects of concussion.

How to be Concussed Series

 

 


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