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The Impact of Brain Injury

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Please see this BBC animation about one of our client’s experience of sustaining a brain injury and the impact this had on her and her sister’s life. It connects to a VR experience too!

Click on the link below to watch this amazing depiction of the effects and impact this has had.

Please like and share this animation to help people understand the impact a Brain Injury can have both on the survivor and their family.

https://bbc.in/2PubeLK

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Meet Teresa Rey-Salomon

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Teresa Rey-Salomon is a Senior Administrator/HR Support and has been with Tania Brown for four years! She has a busy family life with her partner of thirteen years and two girls, they love spending time together and going on walks with their Labrador called Murphy. We asked Teresa why does she enjoy working at Tania Brown Ltd and her response was that she loves what is stands for, helping people get back their previous life’s or how to live like they used too before their injuries or accidents and also how she loves to see clients progress.

We asked Teresa a couple of questions:

  1. If you could chose anyone, who would you pick as your mentor and why?
    Lord Alan Sugar and because I like his hard work and determination, he came from nothing and believed in himself and now he has got what he has worked for.
  2. If you won the lottery, what would you do?
    Buy lots of dogs
  3. What’s your favourite food?
    I will eat anything
  4. If you could give advice to younger self, what would your advice be?
    Work hard.
  5. Name your claim to fame
    Sat next too Maria from Coronation Street in a bar in Alderly Edge.
  6. What is your favourite TV Shows/Films?
    Murder She Wrote,Touch Of Frost, Columbo.
  7. If you could be anything in the world, what would you be?
    I would be an Occupational Therapist.
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World Mental Health Day

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Today Tania Brown Ltd are raising awareness for World Mental Health Day and to help others understand how important it is to help others dealing with problems concerning mental health and how to live better.

Every year one adult in four, along with one child in ten will suffer with mental health issues, this is profoundly affecting a million of lives and affecting how they maintain relationships and day to day life.

Only one-fourth of people who struggle undergo on-going treatment while the other vast majority of those hide in isolation. If you know somebody who suffers with mental health then help them speak out!

 

” It’s okay not to be okay”

For more information visit:

https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/campaigns/world-mental-health-day

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