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Brain Injury Awareness Week Seeing My Hidden Self

Last week (16 - 22nd May) was Brain Injury Awareness Week. It was an opportunity for everyone to focus on what is, for many brain injury survivors such as me, a hidden disability.

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Anne Saddler lives in Cornwall, UK. She’s a prolific writer in a variety of genres. She’s also a writing coach, podcaster, Youtuber, and citizen journalist.

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