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She said she started feeling unwell the moment she touched down at Vancouver International Airport on January 10.'I actually felt an enormous amount of excitement for this trip when I was on the flight - but the signs picked up really quickly after I got off the plane.
Since taking time off work, Ms Vincent has launched her own campaign called 'The Brain Injury Project' in an effort to help other people suffering from brain injuries.'The project was born from the idea that one's life can still be extraordinary and powerful after injury, regardless of the challenges they face,' she said.'Our vision is to help improve the quality of life for those who have been affected by brain injury by providing a rich source of information, resources and programs.'[We want to] help foster a positive and empowered mindset, promote a healthy brain lifestyle and harness the power of a supportive and uplifting community.' For more information, please visit The Brain Injury Project on Facebook and Instagram.