Many survivors of brain injuries are involved in athletics or participate in some form of health/fitness routine.  In fact, many individuals with disabilities are quite physically active.  However, a frank discussion of athletic burnout in these individuals is all too rarely encountered.  Kerry Wiley, Program Research Specialist at the New York State Developmental Disabilities Planning Council, wrote an article for the National Center on Physical Activity and Disability blog discussing athletic burnout and how it relates to her life own experiences.

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