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Watch Rod help enlighten the brain injury community as he shares his story as a guest on TBI UNcovered.

Rod speaking on the Many Faces of Alzheimers.

Rod speaking to Lewis University's Cognitive Communication Disorder Class.

see again the Virtual Launch party!

Featured: August 14th, 2021 6:00 pm est

hear a brief overview of the book, raffle, and Q&A with Rodrick Frazier & Guest Therapist Lori bravi

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Rodrick Frazier is a severe Traumatic Brain Injury survivor from a motorcycle accident that left him in a coma for a month in 2003.  His amazing story of survival and recovery was documented in the Chicago Sun Times and US News and World Report.  He became the ‘poster boy’ of the rehab hospital that assisted his recovery.  Not buying into the expectations of this invisible injury he successfully found his life partner, earned a graduate degree, a CDL, and Microsoft Certifications.  Originally from Chicago, IL he has found physical relief, now living near Tampa, FL.

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anything
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Blog articles

Introduction “Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) can be life-altering events, impacting not only the survivors but also their loved ones. In this article, we explore the challenges faced by TBI survivors and discuss strategies to enhance empathy and support for both survivors and their families.” In today’s article, I wanted to share pictures of family, friends,… Read More »Empathy and Resilience: …

As a 21-year survivor of severe traumatic brain injury, I feel I can be transparent regarding my daily challenges. It starts every morning walking to the bathroom. First, I sit up on the side of the bed, feel for my Crocs with my feet, and rise up to begin the walk to the bathroom. My… Read More »Navigating Traumatic Memories- …

Introduction: As a 20-year survivor of severe traumatic brain injury, I’m empathetic to survivors of injuries to the brain.  Whether you’re a survivor of Parkinson’s disease, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, or had a stroke.  These are all injuries to the brain and will make one re-live their past more than others want them to.  Why?  I… Read More »TBI ‘Tricks’

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