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An engaging short documentary about recovery from brain injury and life after rehabilitation.Watch Trailer
Traumatic Brain Injury is a terrifying reality. Everything we rely on to define ourselves – our memory, personality, physical abilities and mental capacity – can be altered significantly when the human brain suffers acute damage. This short documentary focuses on three people who have encountered changes in their ability to live their previous lives. The film shows them at different stages of recovery with a wide range of obstacles from purely physical to mental.
INDELIBLE MARK is a must-have film for students of the medical field, psychology, social work, disability studies, nursing programs and more. It is the perfect documentary for starting classroom discussions about disability or creating a highly personalized picture of the reality of brain injury and medical rehabilitation. Indelible Mark is a classroom friendly 25 min.
This video provides an additional dimension of education for students of the brain, rehabilitation, and recovery. It should be in every library that supports powerful media.
William H. Marshall M.D.
Stanford University School of Medicine
A brilliant teaching tool. I would definitely include this film on my syllabus.
Dr. Deah Schwartz CTRS
Prof. Therapeutic Recreation, San Francisco State University
"Indelible Mark" leaves the viewer with that...you can see what an individual recovering from a brain injury is living with every day. Anyone working with these individuals will be enriched by experiencing this documentary.
Jeffrey Englander MD
Chair PMR Santa Clara Valley Medical Center
2011 Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Brain Injury Conference
2011 San Jose Disability Day Awareness Screening
2011 Big Sky Documentary Film Festival
2011 Kinoki University Film Festival
2011 Nextframe Film Festival
2011 Thin Line Film Fest
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