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These activities are designed to target cognitive, physical, and mental wellness, as well as independent living skills. Exercises can be completed at each individual’s pace and can be tailored and revisited to meet the needs of each survivor and the areas of recovery which they are most focused on.

Cognitive Activities

Brain injuries of all different severity levels can affect cognition. The below activities have been selected to help you restore cognitive function across multiple domains and to encourage neuroplasticity.

Physical Activities

From chronic pain and fatigue to loss of fine motor control and body imbalances, a brain injury can cause a myriad of physical challenges. These activities are meant to provide you with ways you can continue your physical recovery from home.

Mental Wellness Activities

After a brain injury, feelings of stress, anxiety, depression and insecurity can increase. These activities have been curated to help you decrease negative thoughts, prioritize self-care, manage stress, and improve your quality of life.

Independent Living Activities

Brain injuries can drastically impact one's level of independence and ability to complete activities of daily living. Whether you're looking to regain your independence or trying to manage your day-to-day life, these activities and templates will help you achieve your goals, stay organized, and practice crucial independent living skills.