Other blogs to watch

  • I was invited to write a blog post for the major brain injury charity in the UK, Headway. So I’m delighted to say that as of 2 May 2017 I have published a contribution to their website.
Headway UK – The Brain injury association

Headway are the charity who supported me when the Doctors where running out of answers to give me. So I owe an awful lot to Headway for where I am now. I knew early on I wanted to raise awareness about this type of injury and how it affects people. But I’m not sure I would have ever had the confidence if it wasn’t for their support. So I wrote for The new me and my Jumbledbrain blog to explain for my journey to blogging came about.

My blog for Headway on why I blog about my brain injury

Welldoing.org – An independent counselling and psychotherapy directory and information resource


As brain injuries often lead to metal health issues, Welldoing.org wanted me to highlight in importance of the right therapist who you. Read about how even though I’m stubborn, giving in and letting someone in was the best thing I could have done – What saved me from depression after brain injury 


I only started my blog in August 2016, so I still have lots to learn. There are some amazing bloggers out there who also have interesting stories to impart.

So far I have been fortunate enough to be given the opportunity to guest post for 2 other blogs:
Maddy at home -A home from home online for seniors

Maddy at home a really useful site written by Maddy, who like me is from the UK, but unlike me she is now in the sunnier climbs of Australia.  She writes about life for senior citizens. Maddy offers useful advice to them and their families on how to cope with a range of issues.

I wrote a post for her, Alzheimer’s at a distance where I explain how since my brain injury I have been trying to support my Dad with his wish to remain at home. Fortunately Dad set me up as his power of attorney for his health and well being as well as his finances. Something not many of us think about. But when you’re suffering with a degenerative brain condition it can make all the difference.

How I lost my Mum and I'm slowly losing my Dad to Alzheimer's, but my brain injury experience is proving to be useful
My Mum and Dad in happier times on the last holiday I had with them in Rome, Italy
The Children’s Trust – Brain Injury Hub – For children with brain injury

Brain Injury Hub is a UK charity for support families of children who have suffered a brain injury. Their site as a wealth of information to better explain how families can help their children move forward after a brain injury.

My post You are only one decision away from a totally different life I wrote for them expressing the shock of going through a life changing event. But I wanted young people and their loved ones to know there is light at the end of the tunnel.

My blog for the Brain Injury Hub about how you should never give up

Pages to visit next:


 Brain injury group board

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