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Brain Injury Awareness Month is a time to recognize the growing prevalence of traumatic brain injuries (TBI) and to help make lives better for individuals who have sustained this kind of trauma. We are honoring those whose lives are affected by brain injuries, including TBI patients and survivors, family, friends, caregivers and people working in the brain injury field. One of the most powerful ways to raise awareness is by sharing patients’ stories to let others know they are not alone in this journey. 

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Learn More About Kevin Pearce

Kevin Pearce

Kevin went from being a gold medal hopeful to suffering a brain injury that nearly took his life. Known for his contagious optimism, he shares his personal story and delivers a powerful message of perseverance, purpose and hope. Also, check out how Kevin is giving back! The LoveYourBrain Foundation is a non-profit organization that improves the quality of life of people affected by traumatic brain injury and raises awareness about the importance of brain health.
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Learn More About Lee Woodruff

Lee Woodruff

Lee Woodruff's life changed in an instant when her husband suffered a traumatic brain injury from a roadside bomb attack while reporting in Iraq for ABC World News. Showing immense courage and resilience, Lee held her family together while providing moral and physical support during her husband's recovery. Bob and Lee are giving back with the Bob Woodruff Foundation as they help navigate more than 46,000 nonprofits to fund and shape innovative programs in communities where our vets, their families and caregivers live and work.
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Learn More About Jason Padgett

Jason Padgett

When Jason was attacked by muggers years ago, he thought he was going to die. Repeatedly kicked in the head, his brain trauma caused him to develop a mysterious mathematical gift. Jason provides the beautiful, inspiring account of his post-trauma journey, from ordinary individual to medical marvel.
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MARCH: Multiple Sclerosis Education and Awareness Month, National Nutrition Month, National Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness Month, National Sleep Awareness Week (March 1–7), Patient Safety Awareness Week (March 8–14), National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (March 10), World Sleep Day (March 13), Brain Awareness Week (March 16–22), National Native American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (March 20), American Diabetes Alert Day (March 24), National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week (March 30–April 5), National Doctor’s Day (March 30).

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