Several days ago I wrote an article, My Experience Living with a Traumatic Brain Injury. To share the information with in the article with individuals who would like to learn of my experience through watching and listening to the article, I will create this video presentation. Below is a brief except from the article:
“For those folks who are not aware, my tbi occurred in August of 1967 due to a motor vehicle accident. In the accident, I sustained an open skull fracture and a fractured left femur as I traveled from the back seat behind my Dad who was driving. My left femur or thigh bone was fractured coming over my Dad’s bucket seat and my open skull fracture occurred after hitting the inside of the windshield in front of where my Mom was seated next to my Dad in the front of our Volkswagen Beetle. Per my injuries, I remained in a coma for 3 weeks with right frontal lobe damage, a severe brain bruise with brain stem involvement and in traction for 6-7 weeks before being put in a full body or Spica cast. I remained in that cast for 4-5 months. Once I completed traction to set my left femur and placed in the Spica cast; I was transferred by ambulance to another hospital to undergo brain and skull surgery. Following this surgery, I was transferred back to the first hospital and after a week of monitoring my recovery was released from the hospital.”
To watch and listen to the video presentation of My Experience Living with a Traumatic Brain Injury you may click on this link: My Experience Living with a Traumatic Brain Injury Video Presentation
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