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San Diego Brain Injury Foundation
San Diego Brain Injury Foundation23 ago
We have a first-time surviveHEADSTRONG team — Walk Strong with Megan!

Megan is a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) survivor from a 2008 fall, resulting in a seizure disorder & other deficits. In September, she fell face-front on the pavement, breaking the bones in my face & teeth. These accidents gave Megan the courage not to hold back. Dance fitness is her rehabilitative therapy, while she continues to make a comeback as an instructor.

In her own words, "I'm a survivor & a fighter! The most important lesson I’ve learned over the years is that I am not alone in my recovery. I'm thankful for my support system of family, my husband, friends, & doctors who make getting out of bed possible."

If you would like to show your support for Megan's team, please make a donation on her team page:

#SDBIFfamily | #JourneyToRecovery | #inspirationtousall | #wecouldntdoitwithoutyou | #braininjurysurvivor | #braininjurycommunity | #EmbraceTheNewYou | #AchieveMoreTogether | #tbi | #NeverGiveUp | #surviveHEADSTRONG | #WalkForRecovery |
San Diego Brain Injury Foundation
San Diego Brain Injury Foundation1 day ago
In 2013, Alex Hargis​ suffered a severe brain injury because of skateboarding without wearing a helmet. He was transported to Rady Childrens Hospital where they placed him into a medically induced coma to help reduce the swelling and hopefully save his life. Alex spent the next 26 days in a medically induced coma, where he remained in a vegetative state even after the doctors stopped the medications. After 61 days in the hospital, Alex was discharged and he began his journey to recovery.

Once Alex was able to walk again, he and his family created Team Alex in 2014, and they have been a part of the Walk for recovery ever since. His recovery has been remarkable and he and his family are very aware of the fact that many others are often left with lifelong disabilities after suffering an injury like his.

He has created a platform talking to kids in high school and universities about the importance of wearing a helmet. Now, Alex is currently a Senior at Torrey Pines High School and plans to study psychology/cognitive neurosciences when he starts college next fall.

You can support Team Alex by donating to his page at:

#SDBIFfamily | #JourneyToRecovery | #inspirationtousall | #braininjurysurvivor | #EmbraceTheNewYou | #AchieveMoreTogether | #NeverGiveUp | #surviveHEADSTRONG | #WalkForRecovery |
San Diego Brain Injury Foundation
San Diego Brain Injury Foundation1 day ago
Scripps Health is hosting their 13th Annual Brain Injury Rehabilitation Conference on March 2-3 RIGHT HERE in San Diego at the San Diego Marriott in Del Mar!

It is designed to provide a clear understanding of the need for multidisciplinary strategies in the management of patients with brain injuries. A renowned faculty of interdisciplinary specialists will present the latest in research and outcomes from a variety of medical perspectives. A strong emphasis on the need for increased quality, efficiency, and value in response to health care reform will be a consistent theme throughout the course as we continue our quest for excellence in brain injury treatment and rehabilitation.

MANY of our professional advisory council members and a board member (Harish Hosalkar, Ralph J. Greenspan, Carl Hillier, and Andrea Schwarb) will be speaking through the 2 day event.

Learn more on the SDBIF website:

#SDBIFfamily | #wecouldntdoitwithoutyou | #braininjurysurvivors | #braininjurycommunity | #AchieveMoreTogether | #braininjuryadvocacy |
San Diego Brain Injury Foundation
San Diego Brain Injury Foundation2 days ago
A LOOONG-standing supporter of SDBIF is once again showing their support as a sponsor of surviveHEADSTRONG! We want to send a BIG thank you to the deRose Foundation. They give soooo much to the brain injury community each year—between their financial support of SDBIF, to establishing the Sharp Allison deRose Rehab Center, to having a team with will be at the walk this year, they are an exemplary role model of how we can achieve more together.

Thank you deRose Foundation for your support, and if you want to join their team, go to their team page and register!

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