Mind your Brain

Mind your Brain provides brain injury rehabilitation as well as support for cognitive aging. Heike, Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC) and Rehabilitation Professional (RRP) @ Mind your Brain provides cognitive and associated counselling services to people who experience difficulties due to acquired brain injury (e.g. brain tumor, traumatic brain injury) or as a consequence of chemotherapy, and Learning disability (as appropriate). Services include cognitive rehabilitation and counselling (adjusting to life/ coping with brain injury). Heike @ Mind your Brain also provides services to support people who EITHER experience cognitive decline (e.g. memory difficulties) as result of age-related mild cognitive impairment (MCI) OR who would like to prevent cognitive decline by actively keeping their brain healthy. Services will be targeted to a client's needs.

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Mild TBI is a common injury, oftentimes labelled as concussion, which is rather a clinical syndrome.

Dr. Lara Boyd on how neuroplasticity gives you the power to shape the brain you want.

Can my leisure activities protect my cognitive function? Reducing the risk of dementia!

What is flooding (information processing overload) following brain injury and how to address it

Item Name Price
Cognitive Rehabilitation / Brain injury counselling CAD $ 120.00

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@Mind_your_Brain Dec 02, 18:16

Last post for today, I thought after the post on how marriage is affected by brain injury, it is likely also... https://t.co/wumCs2cs2r

@Mind_your_Brain Dec 02, 18:09

As a follow up to the last post, this post talks about marriage after brain injury: https://t.co/UWoKEqPtDE

@Mind_your_Brain Nov 26, 01:43

Sometimes I find great information on what happens to people after brain injuries including their relationships.... https://t.co/OZS3aakQue

@Mind_your_Brain Nov 25, 17:00

Hot of the press, this accepted manuscript suggests that cognitive capacity (e.g., higher cognitive functions)... https://t.co/2wGRJGkQTc

@Mind_your_Brain Nov 25, 16:12

I have posted a number of articles on nutrition. This 2017 article's content includes information on nutrition... https://t.co/91HpZ4cesn

@Mind_your_Brain Nov 22, 00:13

I was contacted by Meredith, a registered nurse, and a health writer, who I have been informed that November is... https://t.co/tChCPX3xRN

@Mind_your_Brain Nov 18, 16:59

Here is a post on headaches following concussion, one the most common symptoms following traumatic brain injury... https://t.co/llwVrehMbc

@Mind_your_Brain Nov 11, 04:29

As public awareness regarding concussion has increased, there has been a renewed focus on research, especially in... https://t.co/kwA78Z0plR

@Mind_your_Brain Nov 04, 17:49

Similarly to the information discussed in the earlier post today, another approach to generalize cognitive... https://t.co/4b4PqIOHiw

@Mind_your_Brain Nov 04, 17:44

One of the major challenges in in the field of cognitive rehabilitation treatment (CRT) is the question of... https://t.co/ASl0Y60dIx

@Mind_your_Brain Oct 28, 17:37

Physical activity, either aerobic or resistance training [which has been shown to be associated with an increase... https://t.co/EZwKxlqdz5

@Mind_your_Brain Oct 21, 16:31

Dualistic thinking has informed our understandings since the historical times (i.e., including Aristotle, Plato),... https://t.co/DDrZtjYOlp

@Mind_your_Brain Oct 07, 17:04

Last post in today's series on cognitive aging, this article addresses the ethical dilemma that arises when... https://t.co/3boQyuW4mZ

@Mind_your_Brain Oct 07, 16:55

This study focuses on internet resources that emphasized audience members’ personal responsibility for managing... https://t.co/JYh54qCVhi

@Mind_your_Brain Oct 07, 16:33

Subjective cognitive decline can be suggestive of later objective cognitive decline. However, many factors can... https://t.co/diMAh3XYho

@Mind_your_Brain Sep 30, 16:55

In addition to the previous article on caregivers' burden, I am posting an article on the changes that can be... https://t.co/88FmFoEuZJ

@Mind_your_Brain Sep 30, 16:33

Much research is done in the population of traumatic brain injury. However, caregivers' needs are largely... https://t.co/nufmWXz2cU

@Mind_your_Brain Sep 24, 18:17

And here is a resource page for healthy cognitive aging from the National Institute on Aging: https://t.co/IbIh02Hy85

@Mind_your_Brain Sep 24, 18:11

Fatigue following traumatic brain injury is an long-lasting symptom that has not received sufficient attention in... https://t.co/zK6XZSuMmI

@Mind_your_Brain Sep 16, 16:42

A 2017 article on the: "Neuroplastic Changes Induced by Cognitive Rehabilitation in Traumatic Brain Injury: A... https://t.co/aeHJbqccRo

@Mind_your_Brain Sep 09, 18:34

And here is a link to a chapter of the 2018 book: https://t.co/HG2C7JLSwX

@Mind_your_Brain Sep 09, 18:21

This 2017 article provides info on the building blocks of higher/ complex cognitive functions, and thus suggests... https://t.co/C25XStFrqx

@Mind_your_Brain Sep 03, 23:39

Contrary to the usual info on physical activity and cognitive decline, this study suggests that physical activity... https://t.co/XsvOocNtLJ

@Mind_your_Brain Aug 19, 19:28

As suggested in the previous post, here is the 2017 open access article of the Cochrane reviews protocol,... https://t.co/pk3SSJeENy

@Mind_your_Brain Aug 19, 19:18

Here is an Opinion statement that I find rather worrying given its oversimplification. While I agree that PTSD... https://t.co/4NgBuptEhY

@Mind_your_Brain Aug 12, 16:56

One of the unresolved questions in the TBI literature relates to the risk of dementia following TBI. Here is a... https://t.co/roBc5yr04Z

@Mind_your_Brain Aug 05, 15:35

Speaking about successful aging, there is a need for a social revolution in residential care (see article of same... https://t.co/V3dbXxd2BZ

@Mind_your_Brain Aug 05, 15:24

Here is 2017 article on Neuroimaging in aging: brain maintenance: https://t.co/EsE4gbEOSS

@Mind_your_Brain Aug 05, 15:15

I am often asked by clients to provide dietary advise, and I have posted a number of articles and posts regarding... https://t.co/bNlaBoJ6ZP

@Mind_your_Brain Jul 25, 04:32

Last post for today, also from the University of Exeter, UK: suggesting that One in three cases of dementia could... https://t.co/FG0GM7dSl3