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Videos on ABI

There are many informative videos about acquired brain injury (ABI) posted on the internet. Below are links to a sampling of these videos.

 

Saskatchewan Videos

Stroke - The Silent Stalker.  First aired by CTV in 2013. Chantel Huber explores strokes in this full feature including the people who suffer them and the devastating impact they can have. Posted on the CTV website in four parts: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, and Part 4.  

Chasing Normal. First aired by CTV in 2011. Chantel Huber explores the lives and challenges of people with brain injuries in Saskatchewan. Posted on the CTV website in four parts: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, and Part 4

ABI Art & Cards. First aired by Shaw TV Prince Albert in June 2015.  Rehabilitating an injured brain can be complex, and involve many disciplines. But as Lisa Risom explains, clients are showing progress outside of traditional rehab with creative classes.

BrainLine.org

BrainLine.org has a great number of videos about a wide range of brain injury topics including videos relating to:

 

Videos on Concussion

Dr. Mike's Concussion Management and Return to Learn on YouTube which outlines how to manage your concussion in an easy to understand way.

The University Health Network's (UHN) Concussions: 10 Things You Didn't Know on YouTube which talks about many misconceptions about concussion.

Concussion, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI): A five minute animation on YouTube from Nucleus Medical Media explaining how concussions occur.


   

 

Acquired Brain Injury Partnership Project

www.abipartnership.sk.ca