What is your BrainWise Story? 

Posted On: November 28, 2015

rsz_sachs The late Oliver Sacks, M.D., a neurologist and well-known author (The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat, Awakenings, and Hallucinations) used stories to explain human behaviors and medical issues.  Story telling is a powerful way to present information, and BrainWise instructors have many stories to tell.  Please submit your own stories, and we will share them with other instructors.  We also will send you an autographed copy of How to be BrainWise for your story

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