Concussion support 
 

Have you recently sustained a concussion? Or are you suffering from post-concussion symptoms? Are you struggling with headaches, fatigue, depression, anxiety, memory issues, or just not feeling right?

The Concussion Community welcomes you to a safe place, where you can just be you! No explanations, no "being strong", just showing up as yourself with hundreds of others who get it!

You can share your frustrations and struggles by connecting with others who have had similar experiences. There are also a lot of professional concussion experts who will guide you to the help you need and ensure that the best team is by your side, supporting your recovery.

We share lots of valuable tips and stories, and we support each other positively. Constantly feeling supported will keep you moving forward. 

Don't feel alone, let's heal together! 

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Post concussion support

A support group could be one of the best things that ever happens to you 

"It was through the support group I discovered that there were professionals who could actually help me" 

"I think the biggest additional benefit of participating in support group was the inspiration I received from seeing other survivors reach their goals."

"‘if they can do it, I should at least try, maybe I can be successful too’." 

"Gradually this group of people that I never thought I would be part of, became like my extended family" 

"Through the support group, I’ve made life-long friends. What a gift!"

"At the support group, we were hungry for any information related to brain injury and were eager to share anything that might be useful. "

"Support groups aren’t for everyone, but everyone needs support after something as traumatic and life changing as a brain injury" 

"I discovered “strategies, that help you do things you couldn’t do otherwise." 

My story 

Hi! I am Silvie, 30 years old and living in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. In May 2017, I got into a scooter accident, which has caused me whiplash and concussion. That day, I went home after the accident, not knowing I just walked into a new life.

 

I was struggling for years to find the right help and understand what was going on with me. The regular doctors I visited couldn't address my symptoms so I wasn't getting any help from them. I felt misunderstood and lonely during my journey and this is exactly why I created The Concussion Community. This community is a place for like-minded individuals, just wanting to get better and refusing to let this be their life permanently.

It felt so good to meet other people who know exactly what I was going through and without them, I wouldn't be where I am today. Finally, I felt the recognition I was looking for, I no longer felt lonely during my journey anymore. 

 

I hope this makes the step to the right therapy smaller because it will give access to experts from all over the world. There are always new things to try! 

"I believe the brain has the ability to heal. I see healing as a puzzle that you're putting back together. Each thing you try, if it's beneficial, is a piece of the puzzle and eventually, you get it all put back together. So let's start looking for the pieces and let's heal our concussion together."

Silvie

professional concussion Experts will help you to get better 

The beauty of this community is that there are not only people with post-concussion symptoms; there are a lot of professional concussion experts, as well. They have helped hundreds of people improve their health and get back to doing the things they love.

 

If you are tired of feeling tired, want to take real action towards better health, and want to surround yourself with an amazing community, then this is your place. 

Reduce your symptoms, get more energy and
enjoy life again 

  • You are more motivated than ever before and feels that someone gets it and can help...

     

  • You FINALLY know how to help yourself from home. your symptoms begins to drop...
     

  • You don't have to figure out everything by yourself anymore...

     
  • Before you know it you are returning to activities that make you feel alive again...

  • You are going through tough times but this time you have a supportive group...

     

  • You're ready to recover optimally without feeling alone...

  • There was a time you couldn't imagine this happening for you.  Now you smile, The future looks bright...

How can the Concussion community help you? 

"The Concussion Community offers an online place for all people who are dealing with post-concussion / TBI symptoms. A place to connect with each other and professional concussion experts to help you to move forward and enjoy life again."

Feeling lost and don't know where to find answers?

Connect with professional concussion experts and ask questions during a live class. Get more clarity about how to move forward, so you can be sure that you're on the right track.

 

There are lots of experts who would love to guide you to reduce your symptoms, to get more energy and, to feel alive again.

LIVE CLASSES 

RECORDINGS

Are you struggling with screen time? Don't worry; all live classes will be recorded and accessible at all times. 

There are endless recordings from many experts around the world. Let's start getting well and moving towards a meaningful life.

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Courses

Our courses offer guidance and support on nutrition, coaching, anxiety, exercise, foggy memory, self-compassion, planning and pacing, yoga, breathing, and meditation. 

Before you know it, you will feel better and are able to return to the activities.

Available courses:

- Master your nutrition in 7 days

- Return to exercise post-concussion

- More coming soon! 

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DOWNLOADS

Private community 

Do you feel alone on your journey? Please remember that you're never alone in this. In this community, you don't have to be strong or explain your symptoms. Just be yourself in a place with others who get it! 

We share lots of valuable tips and stories. We support each other positively, and you can always reach out to me personally.

Constantly feeling supported will keep you moving forward. 

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Have you been resting at home and taking it easy, but you still aren’t experiencing the benefits? 

We will teach you how to help yourself from home. Start with exercises and feel the difference yourself. 

- Book with Cognitive Exercises (301 pages!)
- Language Exercises
- Neck Stretches
- Cognitive Number/Word Exercises
- List with Brain Games Apps + Categories
- Deduction Puzzles
- Geoboard Memory Game
- Poor Man's Dynavision
- List with recommended foods
- My Ebook: 7 Things that helped me the most 

come to accept your past

Find peace in the present

Envision your bright future

What other people say 

on The concussion community Facebook & Instagram pages

How to help someone with post-concussion syndrome? 

 

Trying to explain how a concussion feels is like trying to explain color to a person who has been blind since birth. From the beginning, I had a hard time explaining to others what it felt like to have a concussion. I didn’t even know what was going on myself, so how could I describe it to others?

I think really understanding how you feel is impossible; only other people in the same situation will know what you’re going through. Even if you have all the medical knowledge in the world about how it should feel to have a concussion, you still can’t imagine how it feels to have one. It’s a daily struggle—mentally and physically—and support is needed. 

Invisible injuries are hard to understand. There’s no neat and tidy formula for recovery; it looks different for each person. It’s hard for the patient, and it’s hard for the people around them, who don’t know when or even if they will recover, or how long it will take. 

The best thing you can do to help someone with post-concussion syndrome is: 

  1. Help them break down their tasks.

  2. Learn their triggers.

  3. Monitor their overstimulation.

  4. Make home a friendlier place - keep it clean!

  5. Help them slowly expand their comfort zone. Go for little walks, try something new.

  6. Assume ownership of tasks they can’t handle for now.

  7. Support them during treatment.

  8. Let them join a support group, so they don't feel alone on their journey. 

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