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Brain Injury Insider

Michael Kaplen

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Brain Injury Insider is a weekly video update by The Brain Injury Law Firm ®. We cover the latest news and developments in traumatic brain injury, concussion, and brain injury law.Host Michael Kaplen is a passionate advocate of the rights of brain injury survivors, and as a senior partner in the New York brain injury law firm De Caro & Kaplen, LLP has been fighting on their behalf for over 40 years.
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Brain Injury Bites

Brain Injury Bites

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Brain Injury Bites is a podcast based on the experiences of sustaining a brain injury and provides helpful hints and tips for injured people, their friends and family. The show is hosted by Brooke Trotter and Ashwini Kamath. Brooke was a pedestrian involved in a road traffic collision in May 2007, which left him with a severe traumatic brain injury. Ashwini is a Trustee and Chair for Headway Warrington and a Senior Associate Solicitor with over ten years of experience supporting families aft ...
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A podcast series exploring surviving, living with and recovery from a brain injury. We will chat with people living with a brain injury, their families and carers. Also medical and allied health professionals and help agencies. Disclaimer: This podcast contains general information only. Consult your healthcare practitioners for specific advice pertaining to your individual circumstances.
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Brain Injury Today is the official podcast of the Brain Injury Alliance of Washington. Hosted by BIAWA Executive Director Deborah Crawley, the show brings listeners inspiring conversations with survivors, researchers, counselors, caretakers and more, in an effort to strengthen connections within the brain injury community.
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After traumatic brain injury (TBI), life changes forever for individuals and families. Through research, we develop new ways to help individuals recover cognitive function and mobility, and equip families and caregivers with the long-term support they need to adjust to living with brain injury.
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A journey from impact to recovery: A discovery on aiding the brain through the recovery process and the stories of courageous survivors and their families. In this community, you’ll discover encouraging stories and personal interviews from other brain injury survivors and get helpful tips and real life solutions to help you through your recovery process. Hear how others have journeyed and found strength to persevere through their brain injury recovery. Whether you have suffered a brain injur ...
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Clinical Updates in Brain Injury Science Today (or CUBIST), a product of the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center, is a podcast for health care providers. We tackle the controversial and breaking research that will help you feel connected to the latest information on traumatic brain injury. CUBIST is hosted by Inbal Eshel and produced and edited by Deborah Bailin. Subscribe through iTunes, Stitcher or wherever you listen to podcasts. For more information on TBI, including provider tools, ...
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Life After Brain Injury

Will and Amy Perringwood

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This is a podcast by Will Perringwood and his wife Amy all about living life after a brain injury. Will suffered a bleed on the brain in March 2013 and spent 6 months in hospital and ever since has been recovering from physical and hidden effects of his brain injury. Will is passionate about thriving not just surviving after a brain injury. We hope through this podcast we can spread the message that there is life after brain injury and it is a great life - just a new normal! We also want eve ...
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Concussions are invisible and so is post-concussion syndrome. The Post Concussion Podcast digs down into the realities of living with concussions and what it’s like when things don’t go back to normal. Get the truth about what it’s like to be around someone with a concussion and what it’s like to have one. Not just for individuals with concussions but for parents, friends, siblings, coaches, and everyone else who wants to understand more. Join your host Bella Paige an athlete, daughter, sist ...
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You have been told, you made a full recovery from your concussion. So, can that concussion impact your cognitive abilities as you age? A new study published in the journal Neurology shows it can. The study found that suffering a concussion early in life increased the incidence of cognitive decline in those over the age of 65. If you or a loved one …
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In this episode of Brain Injury Bites, hosts Ashwini and Brooke are joined by Tony Ward, a dietitian from Neuro Rehab Nutrition with 19 years of experience. They discuss the nutritional deficiencies commonly found in individuals with brain injuries, the impact of brain injury on metabolism and muscle mass, and more. For a transcript, follow the lin…
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According to the National Aphasia Association about 2 million Americans have aphasia, but most Americans have never heard of this term or this condition. During Aphasia Awareness Month let’s raise awareness of this debilitating condition and its impact on the person and those around them. Watch this video on YouTube at https://youtu.be/pMj0d8NX7iU …
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Writer, journalist, and traumatic brain injury survivor, Christina Brown Fisher speaks with former linebacker Jarrett Irons about the impact of brain injury. His father, Gerald Irons, played in the National Football League for ten years. Gerald was a linebacker for the Oakland Raiders and is listed as one of the top 100 players for the Cleveland Br…
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Serious adverse events continue to plague heath care organizations causing preventable injury and needless death to patients. The Joint Commission on Hospital Accreditation, each year publishes data on a “sentinel event”, a patient safety event that results in death, permanent harm, or severe temporary harm which is preventable. The Joint Commissio…
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In this episode of Brain Injury Insider, host Michael Kaplen discusses whether you should speak to the other side's insurance company if you were involved in an accident. The simple answer: no, no, and no! Watch this video on YouTube at https://youtu.be/kyCRh2VypWQ If you were injured in an accident in New York that wasn't your fault, find out how …
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The ongoing war in Ukraine highlights the significant link between combat and brain trauma, with The New York Times reporting that 90% of soldiers treated in hospitals have suffered from blast-related or other types of brain injuries. Find out more at https://brainlaw.com/brain-injuries/veterans/ Watch this episode on YouTube at https://youtu.be/8o…
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Writer, journalist, U.S. Air Force Veteran, and traumatic brain injury survivor, Christina Brown Fisher speaks with Dr. Russell Gore who is the chief medical officer of the Avalon Action Alliance (www.avalonactionalliance.org). The Avalon Action Alliance is a national network of programs treating mild and complex traumatic brain injury, for first r…
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Brain injury of any kind is a leading cause of disability in the United States and throughout the world. It’s time the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, (“CDC”) designate brain injury as a chronic condition. Find out more about brain injury at https://brainlaw.com/tbi-facts/ Brain Injury Insider is a weekly podcast by The Brain Injury Law…
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In this episode of Brain Injury Insider, host Michael Kaplen discusses alarming statistics, which reveal a 49-fold increase in the number of eBike riders who seek care in an emergency department for a head injury. Find out more about bicycle accidents at https://brainlaw.com/vehicle-accident-lawyers/bicycle-accidents/ Brain Injury Insider is a week…
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This year, Brain Injury Awareness Day takes on special significance for the millions of Americans who sustain an acquired or traumatic brain injury each year. Today, we will advocate for the reauthorization of The Traumatic Brain Injury Act which provides needed funding for research and support to improve outcomes for persons with brain injury. Bra…
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In this episode of Brain Injury Insider, host Michael Kaplen discusses Brain Injury Awareness Month 2024, and why spreading awareness, and advocating for survivors of this invisible injury is more important than ever. Find out more at https://brainlaw.com/brain-injuries/brain-injury-awareness-month/ Brain Injury Insider is a weekly podcast by The B…
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A warning, that for some people, this conversation may be difficult to hear; but it’s a conversation definitely worth listening to as it also gives hope and inspiration. Peter Rudland was involved in an horrific Black Hawkehelicopter crash that changed his life. Now he’s very much full of life and humour. He's an Ambassadorfor the RSL and has co-ca…
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From the outside looking in, a brain injury is difficult to understand. From the inside looking out, a brain injury is difficult to describe. In this episode of Brain Injury Insider, host Michael Kaplen discusses some important information brain injury survivors may need to say to you, to help you understand their experience of living with this "in…
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In this episode of Brain Injury Bites, Ashwani and Brooke are joined by Sian Riley from Red Pepper Nutrition. Sian is a dietician specialising in rehabilitation with a focus on brain injury. They discuss the importance of nutrition in the rehabilitation journey, the impact of smell and taste loss after brain injury, and strategies to improve the ea…
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In this episode of Brain Injury Bites, Brooke, Ashwini, and Sian continue their conversation about brain injury recovery with a focus on nutrition. They continue their discussion by providing valuable insights and tips on promoting good nutrition and making it a pleasurable experience. The discussion also covers various aspects, including the impor…
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As a speech-language pathologist, Ana knew the theory behind cognitive rehabilitation, but facing the reality post-surgery was a journey she hadn't anticipated. Join for an eye-opening conversation where Ana shares the nuances of her recovery, highlighting the shared struggles of those rebounding from traumatic brain injuries. We discuss sound sens…
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In the 100th episode of Brain Injury Insider, host Michael Kaplen shares positive news of research into a new treatment that has been found to be effective in improving attention, planning, and organization in individuals with traumatic brain injury between the ages of 3 and 18. Brain Injury Insider is a weekly podcast by The Brain Injury Law Firm …
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When the cheers fall silent and the stadium lights dim, the struggle of athletes with concussions truly begins. Today, Isabel Dwyer, Miss Lilac State's Teen a fierce advocate for concussion awareness, bravely unpacks her journey through the murky waters of post-concussion syndrome. Navigating the sidelines isn't just about physical recovery; it's a…
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In this episode of Brain Injury Insider, host Michael Kaplen discusses the conclusions of a new study, which recommends delaying nonurgent surgery for patients with traumatic brain injuries of all severities. Watch on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ysq7qtLPD5Q Subscribe to Brain Injury Insider https://brainlaw.com/insider/ Brain Injury …
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Have you ever felt utterly transformed by time and the trials it brings? Chaandani Khan returns with an open heart to share the complexities of her ongoing battle with post-concussion syndrome/persistent concussion symptoms. Her story is one that echoes throughout our community, resonating with the silent struggles and the profound shifts in identi…
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In this episode of Brain Injury Insider, host Michael Kaplen discusses new research, which may help us understand the mechanism of how Covid-19 causes lasting neurological and brain damage. Find out more about Covid-19 and brain damage at https://brainlaw.com/brain-injuries/covid-disability/ Watch this episode on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/…
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Returning guest Ben Morton joins us once more, bringing an inspiring update to his post-concussion journey that began with us back in episode #63. Ben's story is one of such transformation, as he opens up about the emotional and physical rollercoaster of his recovery since 2015. From the challenges of re-entering the workforce to the tender experie…
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In this episode of Brain Injury Insider, host Michael Kaplen discusses the current method of classifying brain injuries, and why this outdated classification can lead to misunderstandings in treatment, consequences, and rehabilitation for brain injury survivors. Listen to an audio version at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jvJzlDaZAr8 Find out more…
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When the world fades to silence after a brain injury, finding your voice again is a monumental victory. Welcome Kelly Tuttle, a neurology nurse practitioner, who brings her expertise and personal experience to illuminate the often dark and misunderstood path of recovery. Kelly's story, beginning with a life-altering car accident, serves as a testam…
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In 2015, at the World Tour Finals in Whistler, Canada, professional skier Jamie MoCrazy suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI). The elite athlete collapsed into a coma on the mountain as doctors raced to treat multiple brain bleeds. Her recovery meant learning how to talk, walk and ski again. Today, she leads the non-profit, MoCrazy Strong Foundat…
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In this episode, we had the pleasure of interviewing Colin Green, a neurological physiotherapist from Physiomatters. In part 2, we explore the interplay of physical and neurological rehabilitation, emphasising the importance of goal-setting, managing expectations, and adapting therapy to the patient's needs. For a transcript, follow the link below:…
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In this episode, we had the pleasure of interviewing Colin Green, a neurological physiotherapist from Physiomatters. In part 1, we discuss brain injury rehabilitation, covering different recovery phases, the significant impact of fatigue, the importance of early intervention, and Colin's work on managing mobility and muscle functionality. For a tra…
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Join us, your host Bella Paige and chiropractic physician Dr. Matheau Denner, as we navigate this complex topic, combining personal experiences with professional perspectives. We delve into the significance of post concussion syndrome and the importance of receiving appropriate treatment, especially when symptoms persist. With Dr. Denner's expertis…
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Sometimes we don't need conversations we just need advice to help us navigate our own recovery. In this episode listen to 10 post-concussion/brain injury tips selected specially by Bella! You can also WATCH this episode on YOUTUBE: https://youtube.com/@postconcussioninc?si=0u99GxukakPUS7bm Join Concussion Connect! https://postconcussioninc.com/conc…
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In this episode, we have the pleasure of interviewing Suzanne Guest, an Occupational Psychologist from Work In Mind. In this episode, Suzanne shares her expertise in helping people return to work after sustaining a brain injury. We also discussed the difference between occupational psychology and vocational rehabilitation. For a transcript, follow …
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In the second part of the episode, Suzanne talks us through her approach to supporting her clients and their employers in the process of returning to work. Additionally, Brooke shares his own experience of finding a purpose after sustaining his injury. For a transcript, follow the link below: Episode Transcript To keep up to date with our podcast, …
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This conversation isn't just about the physical implications of concussion, but the emotional ones too. We unwrap the stigmatization of antidepressants, the isolation that comes with anxiety, and the deep feelings of loneliness and guilt that sometimes accompany the journey towards recovery. Ben's story is a testament to the power of a strong suppo…
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Imagine feeling trapped in a dark cloud, with no apparent way out. I've been there, living through the despair of depression. I'm sharing my personal journey with mental health challenges and how I've learned to find joy, even in the darkest of times. I'll be unveiling my strategies that can help you too. From advocating therapy to embracing simple…
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It is estimated nearly 30-percent of Covid-19 survivors continue to suffer from symptoms following their bout with the illness. Researcher and neuropsychologist James Jackson, Psy.D., is the author of the new book Clearing the Fog: From Surviving to Thriving with Long-COVID, A Practical Guide. The author of more than 90 scientific publications, Dr.…
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In this episode of Brain Injury Insider, host Michael Kaplen discusses New York's antiquated wrongful death law, its inherently unjust nature, and why it must be updated to reflect family and relationship dynamics in the 21st Century. Find out more at https://brainlaw.com/personal-injury/wrongful-death/ Brain Injury Insider is a weekly podcast by T…
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Battling post concussion syndrome has been quite the journey, a winding road filled with challenges and triumphs. As someone who's been there, I, Bella Paige, want to share my experiences navigating the labyrinth of recovery - from managing therapies to assessing progress. Remember, sometimes the greatest therapy is just being 'you' for a while, st…
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In this episode, Catherine Davies, an expert speech and language therapist from SLT for Life, shares her vast experience dealing with her client's communication and swallowing difficulties. She also sheds light on the crucial role of speech and language therapy in the rehabilitation process after brain injury. For a transcript, follow the link belo…
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In the second part of our discussion, we delve deeper into speech and language issues related to brain injuries. We explore working as part of a multidisciplinary team during rehabilitation and some fun games used during speech and language therapy sessions. For a transcript, follow the link below: Episode Transcript To keep up to date with our pod…
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Ever felt lost and alone after a trauma? This episode brings to light the transformative power of support groups for survivors of post concussion syndrome. Join us for an enlightening conversation with our esteemed guests, Bo and Pam, who share their personal journey from solitude to strength, and how support groups played a pivotal role in their r…
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In this episode, we had the pleasure of interviewing Julie Meighan, who happened to be Brooke Trotter's Occupational Therapist. During our conversation, we delved into Julie's profession and how it helps individuals who have experienced a brain injury. Julie explained how Occupational Therapy is designed to assist patients in regaining their indepe…
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In this episode, we had the pleasure of interviewing Julie Meighan, who happened to be Brooke Trotter's Occupational Therapist. In this second part of the interview, we will explore how Occupational Therapy plays a significant role in the broader context of rehabilitation after brain injury and the importance of goal-setting. For a transcript, foll…
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Ever found yourself struggling with eye strain, focusing issues or peripheral vision problems after a concussion? We're excited to welcome Dr. Dan Myers, a seasoned optometrist and an expert in neuro optometry with over a decade of experience. His deep understanding of the human eye and brain functions opens up a world of possibilities for understa…
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In this episode, we dive into Court of Protection work and professional deputyship with David Hilton. Part 2 of our conversation touches on several important topics, such as the oversight that family members acting as deputies can expect, the process of changing deputies, the role of professional trusts, and the ins and outs of personal injury trus…
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In this episode, we have the pleasure of interviewing David Hilton, an experienced solicitor specialising in Court of Protection work and professional deputy. In this first part of the interview, we explore the complexities of being a professional deputy and the important role that the Court of Protection plays. For a transcript, follow the link be…
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