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Best Brain Injury Survivor podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Brain Injury Survivor podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Recovering from a stroke or brain injury can feel very lonely, but the NeuroNerds are here to help through their love of all things nerd! Each Monday, join Joe Borges and his co-host Lauren Manzano as they share stories from their personal recovery journeys; offer tips for coping and thriving; interview fellow survivors and experts; and talk about varying nerd topics from comics to superhero movie theories to video games and more. If you’re a stroke or brain injury survivor, a caregiver or f ...
 
On this podcast we dive into the minds of heroes that battled through adversity and came out the other side transformed into something greater. Realizing the same approach to life that all these people have... they live a life that allows themselves to get out of their own way. Entrepreneurs on a mission to change the world. Athletes and performers with incredible abilities for higher execution. Individuals making social change because they’re unsatisfied with the status quo. Doctors, pushin ...
 
OPTIMAL HEALTH SEEKERS’ RADIO, airing Sundays at 4pm Eastern, is a show that educates inspires and empowers people seeking to find their own personal level of optimal health. Host Trish Robichaud brings a voice of compassion, logic and humour to those who are motivated to take an active, even proactive role in managing their health. A multiple award winning Disability Awareness Coach, Maximum Life & Business Coach, Author, Facilitator, Advocate & Motivational Speaker, Robichaud lives with mu ...
 
Welcome to the official BBC News YouTube channel. Interested in global news with an impartial perspective? Want to see behind-the-scenes clips and footage directly from the front-line? Our YouTube channel has all this and more, bringing you specially selected clips from the world's most trusted news source. Tune into BBC World News for 24 hour news on TV. Check out BBC News on mobile and download our app for iPhone, Android and Kindle Fire. The official BBC News YouTube channel is operated b ...
 
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Specialists in brain injury are concerned that Covid-19 is causing strokes and other types of severe neurological damage. Doctors in London say many patients may be left with life-long brain injuries. It’s thought that the disease often causes many small blood clots which can damage the brain and other organs. Huw Edwards presents BBC News at Ten r…
 
After the diagnosis of a brain tumour in 2013 and the subsequent surgery and recovery, she was able to gradually move back into her complex role as a Superintendent of Education. It meant finding different ways of communicating, working and coping as she grew to know and understand her new self. Lynn is how driven to help us become self-advocates, …
 
Sam Chase delivers programs in mindfulness, yoga and resilience for organizations and high performers, nationwide. Sam teaches the science of the human mind and the tools that help people lead flourishing lives. Sam is certified to teach by the Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health, the largest yoga center in the nation, he received his Master's Degree …
 
Mental health charities are warning of the devastating impact the lockdown will have on people’s mental health. The BBC has been told by 8 charities that a mental health crisis is looming as the lockdown is eased. There are fears that a "tidal wave" of patients - who were left untreated during lockdown – will require care post the pandemic and serv…
 
Thousands of Indian restaurants in the UK could be lost due to the Covid pandemic industry groups warn, as the lockdown to stop the spread of the virus has put owners under intense financial strain. Curry houses can be found in every town in the UK and Chicken Tikka Massala is often referred to as Britain's national dish.But many family-owned resta…
 
After several days of confusion, a list of around 60 countries that will be exempt from quarantine rules in England has finally been published by the government. The changes will come into effect on 10th July. Spain, France, Germany and Italy are among the countries on the list, meaning visitors from England won't have to self isolate when they arr…
 
Boris Johnson has urged the public to "enjoy summer safely," as the coronavirus lockdown is eased for England's hospitality sector. Pubs and restaurants as well as hairdressers are among the businesses that are reopening for the first time in months. But speaking at the Downing Street news conference, the Prime Minister warned "we aren't out of the…
 
For months, the state was doing well. Cases were low and the economy had just reopened. Now, it's one of the most recent coronavirus hotspots in the United States, seeing upwards of 6,000 new cases every day and hospitals are reaching capacity.Why the sudden surge?Video by Angélica M Casas, Chelsea Bailey and Franz StrasserPlease subscribe HERE htt…
 
Many states have started the process of reopening, which means larger numbers of people are venturing out to attend protests, rallies, or dine at a restaurant.Cases of the virus are spiking across the country and the US top disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci has warned that there could be 100,000 cases a day if the appropriate actions aren't taken.Dr …
 
US lawmakers have approved new Hong Kong-related sanctions, after Beijing imposed a security law that has been widely condemned across the world.The US measure, which penalises banks which do business with Chinese officials, was passed unanimously by both the House and the Senate.It has been sent to President Donald Trump to sign into law.#BBCOS #B…
 
British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, an ex-girlfriend of convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein, has been charged in the US after being arrested by the FBI.She is accused of assisting Epstein's abuse of minors by helping to recruit and groom victims known to be underage.After being arrested in New Hampshire, she was brought to court and remanded in c…
 
An advertising boycott of Facebook continues to grow, and Mark Zuckerberg shows no sign of backing down. The campaign, involving some of the world's biggest companies, calls on Facebook to do more about hate speech and misinformation. Mark Zuckerburg says he thinks the brands will be back “soon enough” and that Facebook's policies won't change. In …
 
More than 700 people have been arrested in Britain and tens of millions of pounds have been seized after the police infiltrated a top secret communications system used by criminal gangs. It's being called the biggest and most significant law-enforcement operation ever carried out in the UK. The gangs were using a device that looks like a normal mob…
 
The government has set out plans to ensure all children in England are back in school full-time after the summer holidays.Children in primary schools will be in “class bubbles” and secondary school pupils in “year group bubbles”. Social distancing won't be enforced. However older children will be encouraged to keep their distance as much as possibl…
 
The British socialite, Ghislaine Maxwell, has appeared in court in America, just hours after she was arrested by the FBI. The 58-year-old has been charged with grooming girls for her former boyfriend, the convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein, and repeatedly lying about it. Prosecutors claim that Ghislaine Maxwell helped Epstein to exploit underage …
 
More than 100 days after Boris Johnson announced the start of lockdown, many people in care homes are still unable to see family and friends. That’s despite the easing of lockdown restrictions across the UK. Over the past few months, one care home resident has been telling us of his worry and isolation. Huw Edwards presents BBC News at Ten reportin…
 
Dr Clare Wenham was giving an interview to the BBC News Channel on local lockdowns when her young daughter interrupted.Speaking to the BBC afterwards, Dr Wenham said it was ironic that this had happened given she recently wrote a piece for the British Medical Journal on the subject. In it she argues that the collision between our personal and profe…
 
Russians are voting on a series of sweeping changes to the constitution that could allow Vladimir Putin to stay in office until 2036, making him the longest serving Russian leader.The reforms would mean Mr Putin's term limit is reset to zero in 2024, allowing him to serve two more six-year terms.There is no independent scrutiny of the seven-day vot…
 
Up to three million Hong Kong residents are to be offered the chance to settle in the UK and ultimately apply for citizenship, Boris Johnson has said.The PM said Hong Kong's freedoms were being violated by a new security law and those affected would be offered a "route" out of the former UK colony.About 350,000 UK passport holders, and 2.6 million …
 
The United States has struck a deal to buy almost the entire world supply of a drug that's known to help people recover from Covid-19. In trials carried out in the UK and elsewhere the medicine - Remdesivir - was found to reduce the time spent in hospital for seriously ill patients.It's one of only two drugs known to be effective in treating the vi…
 
Ministers have been accused of “sitting on the sidelines” as companies announce thousands of job losses, due to the coronavirus pandemic. In recent days 12,000 redundancies have been announced, most of them in high street retail and aviation, sectors hit hardest by the lockdown. SSP which owns the food chains Upper Crust and Cafe Ritazza says it ma…
 
Pubs, restaurants and hairdressers are all preparing to open their doors again in most of England. The government says it is safe to do so as long as the guidelines are followed carefully. But one member of SAGE, the group of senior scientific government advisers, is warning that the moves are too extensive and “highly irresponsible”.Huw Edwards pr…
 
Up to 3 million people in Hong Kong are to be granted new rights to live and work in the UK. The decision follows China's imposition of a new security law which makes it a crime to undermine Beijing's authority. Boris Johnson denounced the legislation as a “clear and serious breach” of the 1985 Sino-British joint declaration, which set out how cert…
 
When Francesca De Santis arrived in the US as an exchange student last summer, she never could have predicted the global pandemic that hit her home country especially hard.Now, after nearly a year in Ohio, she prepares to return home, knowing it won't be the same when she gets there.Italy imposed a strict and lengthy lockdown on 7 March - initially…
 
All week, millions of Russians have been voting to reform their constitution, many using polling stations set up on tree stumps, park benches and even car boots.Giant prize draws have helped entice them to the ballot, with the chance of winning everything from shopping vouchers to a car or flat.Opposition figures have dismissed the whole process as…
 
People in Hong Kong could face life in jail for breaking a controversial and sweeping new security law imposed by China.The legislation came into force on Tuesday but the full text was only revealed hours afterwards.It was brought in by Beijing following increasing unrest and a widening pro-democracy movement.Critics say the new law effectively cur…
 
Dozens of people have been arrested in Hong Kong, including a man carrying a pro-independence flag, after a new "anti-protest" law imposed by Beijing came into effect, officials say.Police have used pepper spray to disperse some protesters gathered to mark 23 years since British rule ended.The national security law targets secession, subversion and…
 
There's been widespread international condemnation of China following a parliamentary vote to impose new national security laws for Hong Kong. The legislation was drawn up in response to last year's pro-democracy protests, with residents potentially facing life in jail for taking part. The UK’s Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab described China's actio…
 
The prime minister has defended the decision to reimpose a lockdown on the city of Leicester, following criticism that the government's handling of the crisis has created confusion and alarm. Critics say key questions about the measures haven't been answered. The stricter lockdown was announced after a surge in cases of coronavirus in the city. Loc…
 
Boris Johnson says now is the time to be “ambitious” about the future of the nation. He’s set out a £5 billion recovery plan to boost the economy after the coronavirus pandemic. However the Prime Minister refused to rule out higher taxes to pay for the costs of tackling the crisis, which has hit some of the UK's most deprived communities particular…
 
Concerns have been expressed around the world over plans by Israel’s prime minister to annex parts of the West Bank.Benjamin Netanyahu could make an announcement as early as 1 July – but what is the West Bank, and what might happen?BBC's diplomatic correspondent, Paul Adams, explains what’s at stake.Editing and production: Rachael ThornGraphic desi…
 
After a three-month closure due to coronavirus, the Alhambra palace in Granada has once again opened its doors.One of the most visited sites in the world, the monument usually welcomes 2.7m visitors a year but numbers will now be limited due to Covid-19 safety measures.Jose Antonio Correa, a regular visitor, showed the BBC around the near empty pal…
 
The WHO warns the worst is not over yet, as the global death toll from COVID19 passes half a million and the number of infections passes 10 million. In the US some states are bringing back restrictions as cases surge. Elsewhere countries which have controlled the virus to a large degree are continuing to face localised outbreaks but are moving clos…
 
The riot control agent, often referred to as "tear gas", has been used in 100 US cities since late May.While it was banned from war a century ago, it remains a vital police tool around the world.Some US law enforcement agencies said they used other gases like pepper spray to disperse protesters.The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC…
 
The latest comprehensive analysis of deaths during the pandemic reveals that the UK - and England especially - has suffered more deaths than similar countries in the G7 and Europe. Officially the UK government claims it's too early to make international comparisons. But when adjusted for size of population and the number of deaths expected in a nor…
 
The government has said it may fine parents in England who refuse to send their children back to school by September. The suggestion was made by the Education Secretary Gavin Williamson, who said he wanted all age groups to return to classrooms in the autumn. Teaching unions have said that threatening parents is the wrong approach and that people w…
 
The city of Leicester has been ordered to tighten its lockdown restrictions, unlike the rest of England where they will be relaxed on July 4th. The decision follows a surge in new cases of coronavirus in the area, with more than 800 reported in the fortnight to June 23rd. A series of strict local measures announced in the House of Commons by the He…
 
It is 50 years since the first Gay Pride march in New York, and 51 since the Stonewall riots in the city which helped energise the fight for gay equality.Most Pride events around the world have been cancelled or moved online because of the coronavirus pandemic.But over the weekend, reduced numbers of people still took to the streets in cities inclu…
 
French ex-Prime Minister François Fillon and his Welsh wife have received jail sentences in a "fake jobs" case.The conservative politician was found guilty of paying Penelope Fillon €1.156m (£1.06m, $1.3m) for work she never did as a parliamentary aide.He was sentenced to five years in prison, three of them suspended. She was given a three-year sus…
 
The number of people to die with Covid-19 worldwide passes half a millionSince the outbreak began, there have been more than 10 million casesWith cases rising in 30 US states, the Texas governor speaks of "swift and dangerous turn"In the UK, school pupils return in Wales, while more shops reopen in ScotlandTwo households in Wales will be able to fo…
 
Four gunmen attacked the Pakistani stock exchange in Karachi, killing two guards and a policeman and wounding seven others before being shot dead.The assailants launched a grenade attack at the main gate to the building and opened fire but police say they failed to make it to the trading floor.Staff inside took refuge in locked rooms and many were …
 
Cycling is being backed as an alternative to public transport and the government has said it will put hundreds of millions into creating this infrastructure.However, if recent surveys are anything to go by, many people think cycling on the road is too dangerous.The Bikeability Trust's Paul Robison breaks down how to hit the road with confidence.Ple…
 
In India there's growing anger over the deaths of a father and son in police custody, in the southern state of Tamil Nadu. Relatives say the men, who were Christians, were beaten and tortured after their arrest and accused of violating a curfew imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Allegations of police brutality against minorities aren't new, b…
 
Spain is preparing for a big rush of tourists over the summer, as Europe lifts its coronavirus restrictions. Spain is the top destination for UK holidaymakers and is likely to be one of many European countries which will be open to tourism without the UK imposing quarantine restrictions when they return. But travellers are being warned they will st…
 
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