Carole discusses strategies for developing resilience after brain injury and shares the funny story behind her unusual speech title.
In this webinar sponsored by the Brain Injury Association of America, Carole shares strategies to help brain injury survivors build their resilience and move forward after adversity.
Carole shares the story behind the title of her book, To Root & To Rise: Accepting Brain Injury, reads excerpts from three chapters and answers questions from the audience.
Carole gives the 2nd annual Beverley Bryant Memorial Lecture, which was created in honor of Bev Bryant, Carole's mentor and the Co-Founder of Brain Injury Voices.
In this keynote, Carole shares her journey back to happiness after brain injury and offers insights for professionals.
In this version of her Happiness keynote, Carole focuses on strategies that can help survivors and families find happiness again after brain injury.
Hilary Zayed delivers the 1st Beverley Bryant Memorial Lecture. She shares her journey of reinventing herself as an artist after her brain injury and offers wisdom to help others.
Ted Brackett shares his brain injury story as a case study for nursing and medical students at the University of New England.
Hilary Zayed delivers the keynote at Brain Injury Voices' conference for survivors and family members.
Videos from the workshops at this conference are in the section below.
Brain Injury Voices turned 5 in 2010. This video highlights the groups' accomplishments from 2010-2015.
A series of Carole Starr's resilience-inspired nature photographs paired with inspirational words and set to music.
Carole Starr's tribute to Bev Bryant (1939-2014), Co-Founder of Brain Injury Voices
Carole Starr was the subject of a radio piece about her struggles with hyperacusis (extreme sound sensitivity)