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And our top picture of the spring of 2018 is one that sends a message that resonated with so many of you.
Here are four of our favorite tips and strategies for coping with fireworks during the upcoming holiday:
What tips and strategies do you use to manage fireworks?
BEST blog readers, you are AMAZING!
Many thanks to all of you for being an important part of this blog. Your readership, shares, comments and support is the absolute BEST.
Earlier this year, this blog was awarded one of the top brain injury blogs in the world, due to your readership.
We are honored and grateful for this distinction. Thank you!
We’d also like to thank our BEST guest bloggers for their beautiful and powerful words and our BEST Superheroes for their willingness to participate and share their stories for blog articles.
We are looking forward to sharing more stories, resources and other valuable information with our readers.
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Brain injury survivors, do you have a disabled parking pass that you display in your vehicle? If so, how has that been going for you?
Many individuals with an invisible/hidden disability, like brain injury, have reported being confronted and challenged when returning to their vehicles parked in a disabled parking space.
Because their disability can’t be seen.
This unfortunate reality has resulted in one solution created by survivors.
Some clever brain injury survivors have crafted a small sign that they display on their dashboard explaining that they have an invisible/hidden disability, much like the one we created at the BEST organization below.
If you feel that it would be helpful to you, you are welcome to download our image above.
Let’s talk. Have you been confronted in a parking lot? What happened? How did you handle it? Do you have other tips and strategies for handling this situation for other survivors?