April 2018—Brain Injury Voices Facilitator Carole Starr was interviewed by Sarah Gaffney of the Brain Injury Association—Maine Chapter for an article in the New Hampshire brain injury newsletter Headway. To read the article, click here.
January 2018--Brain Injury Voices Facilitator Carole Starr's writing was published in the digital magazine Hope after Brain Injury. Her article, Resolutions for Brain Injury Survivors, on page 9 is about mindsets that can help brain injury survivors move forward.
December 2017--Brain Injury Voices member Hilary Zayed's writing and art were published in the digital magazine TBI Hope & Inspiration. Her article, Reflections on Life after Brain Injury, on page 22 is about coping with a hidden disability.
July 2017--Brain Injury Voices Facilitator Carole Starr was interviewed by a local Maine paper after the launch of her book, To Root & To Rise: Accepting Brain Injury. She talks about the challenges of living with brain injury, common misconceptions and the rewards of being a mentor to others. To read the article, please click here
June 2017--Brain Injury Voices Facilitator Carole Starr was interviewed on the podcast Catching Health about her brain injury journey and her newly published book, To Root & To Rise: Accepting Brain Injury.
June 2016--Brain Injury Voices Facilitator Carole Starr's writing was published in the digital magazine TBI Hope & Inspiration. Her article, Anniversaries, on page 7 is about strategies to cope with the anniversary date of one's brain injury.
May 2016--Brain Injury Voices members Hilary Zayed & Paula Sparks and their art class are featured in an article in the HealthSouth Connect Magazine, beginning on page 18. The Art of Therapy
March 2016--Television Coverage of Brain Injury Voices' workshop "You CAN Get There from Here"
Portland event focuses on surviving brain injuries
April 2015–Articles about Voices “Crafting a Life after Brain Injury” project
Diane Atwood's Blog “Catching Health”
Wise advice on how to craft a new life after a brain injury
Disability Arts Blog “Who am I to Stop it?”
March 2015--Brain Injury Voices Facilitator Carole Starr's writing was published in the new digital magazine TBI Hope & Inspiration. Her article, After the Crash, on page 16 is about creating a brain injury portfolio to document achievements.
March 2015--Brain Injury Voices Facilitator Carole Starr was interviewed on the WMPG show Life Simplified Radio. She talked about having to simplify her life after brain injury.
July 2014--Brain Injury Voices Facilitator Carole Starr's interview on the Brain Injury Radio show Recovery Now
March 2014--Television Coverage of Spark's Ark Benefit Show
Volunteers Raise Money for Brain Injury Survivors
March 2014--Article in South Portland-Cape Elizabeth Sentry
March 2014--Article in Diane Atwood's Blog, Catching Health
Brain Injury Voices Wins a National Award. It's a Big, Big Deal.
November 2013--Maine Public Radio Series on "Living with Brain Injury"
“Accepting the Unacceptable”—Carole Starr
"Adjusting to a New Reality"--Bethany Bryan
April 2013--Article in Disability Arts Blog, "Who Am I To Stop It?
April 2013--Article in Diane Atwood's blog, Catching Health
April 2013--Brain Injury Voices Facilitator Carole Starr and support group member Mindy Morneault spoke at Mindy's alma mater, Fort Kent Community High School. Television story on WAGM Channel 8.
“Fort Kent Students Learn about Brain Injury"
January 2013--Brain Injury Voices Facilitator Bev Bryant received the Lewis & Clara Lamont Brain Injury Advocacy Award in recognition of her 20+ years as a brain injury educator, advocate and mentor. Television story on WGME Channel 13.
"Crash Victim Receives Prestigious Brain Injury Advocacy Award"
September 2012--Maine Public Broadcasting Network interview with Brain Injury Voices Member Rorie Lee.
"Brain Injuries: Are Maine Patients Getting Help They Need?"
March 2012--Article in Diane Atwood's blog Catching Health
March 2011--Television Interview on WCSH Channel 6.
"Reinventing After Brain Injury"
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