After sustaining a serious brain injury in a car accident 23 years ago William Fairbank is now devoted to helping medical professionals better understand the impact of brain injuries on a person’s life and personality. He now works as a sculptor and filmmaker. William Fairbank is currently seeking artists with brain injuries for his next documentary.
from Google searches (thanks for rescuing me from “sheer utter chaos”, Big G!
* (and by that I’m referring to both God and Google, but probably far more the first)
The effects of long-term brain injury (serious)
I can closely identify with (relate to ) many of the difficulties mentioned by William in this interview.
Problems such as
Focussing on ONE person, one thing… at a time.
“There’s not enough bytes of memory”… which cases brain fatigue (extreme) trying to cope.
The effects are very subtle – yet highly significant. Like a filter put over it.
It often means finding a new way of living… following a traumatic brain injury.
…And ALL problems can be solved… eventually.
“Sharing, supporting, informing, enlightening, “entertaining”(??), encouraging, empowering, enriching, challenging, igniting, uplifting (and perhaps even) inspiring”
enough there for now, c!
We share what we know, so that we all may grow.”
“Knowledge is the gateway to understanding…and understanding is the gateway to a better life.”
– Jeff Sebell
Shining a light of hope in the darkest corners
Helping promote better understanding and awareness of what is often termed “The Silent Epidemic” (and/or “The Hidden Handicap”)
“Inform, educate, inspire”
“Write, create, innovate”
Share, encourage, uplift, inspire and help spread HOPE, LOVE and LIGHT