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‘The train comes – but you’re stuck on the platform’



New research reveals life for brain injury survivors during COVID-19 lockdown, and how for a time they felt a level playing field was created - but how that has not been translated into the return to ‘normal’ life

The COVID-19 pandemic raised awareness of what life is like with a brain injury among the general population through shared experiences of loneliness and social isolation, and enabled survivors to feel ‘more inclusive in the world again’, a new study has revealed.

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