Deemed an “invisible injury,” the symptoms of concussion, stroke, and other acquired brain injuries (ABIs) often go unnoticed by the average person.

Trouble with memory, depth perception, processing language, and sensitivity to light, sounds, colours, and even movement can all manifest in a visceral way for survivors but are not always outwardly apparent.

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