After posting about my experience in Pittsburg with HDFT, an optometrist who I met at the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association (NORA) conference, reached out to me about a little-known therapy called the Sensory Learning Program. The Sensory Learning Program is a simultaneous multi-sensory training that stimulates the vestibular, visual, and auditory system. The scientific data surrounding this therapy is […]
Temple Grandin is an American doctor of animal science and professor in my home state at Colorado State University. She’s also an accomplished author, engineer, an autism activist, and acts as a consultant to the livestock industry. She’s known for famously creating the “hug box”, a device to calm children with severe autistic spectrum disorder (ASD). She also was listed in the Time Magazine’s one hundred most influential […]
The Importance of Cholesterol in The Brain: Semis and Road Closures/Cholesterol and Clogged Arteries
*Learn more about nutrition and the brain at www.feedabrain.com Soon after my brain injury, I showed what my functional neurologist would consider low cholesterol on a blood test, and, as far as I was concerned at the time, this was good news. The doctors at the hospital were also not concerned about this, as Mayo […]
Cavin’s brain injury journey is astounding. His experiences and accomplishments since returning from the brink of death are incredible!
Dr. Leonard PressPress Vision
Cavin takes you on a captivating journey of challenging experiences that leads to an amazingly successful recovery. Cavin is a remarkable person who conveys a remarkable message in each of his talented motivational speeches.
Chip Howe, M.A.Mary lee Foundation
Cavin is wonderfully articulate and takes you through his long rehabilitation journey which involves expert medical care, intense family support, and several ingenious therapy procedures.
Susan R. Barry, Ph.DFixing My Gaze
I’ve never heard a more superb and comprehensive combination of humor, courage, and integration of knowledge on how a patient with traumatic brain injury has put his life back together.
Dr. Curtis R. BaxstromNeuro-optometric Rehabilitation Association