Below are resources for an ongoing recovery process to build our lives after traumatic brain injury.
After sustaining a brain injury, our lives change forever. Among these changes is the way that we relate to other people and ourselves.
Over the course of the past 53 years, living with the impact of a traumatic brain injury and an invisible disability, I have learned valuable lessons.
Below are several of the lessons that I learned that I would like to share with you. As you have questions, please ask. All questions are good questions and welcomed.
On August 11, 1967, I sustained an open skull fracture, a severe traumatic brain injury (with right frontal lobe damage, a severe brain bruise with brain stem involvement). I remained in a coma for 3 weeks. To read more about my journey and process living with a brain injury and an invisible disability, click on this link: About My Journey and Process
In December 1990 I obtained my graduate degree in rehabilitation counseling from the University of Kentucky.
On February 6, 2007, I created Second Chance to Live to share what I discovered that has and continues to help me in my ongoing recovery process. In my interest to share this information, I have created a collection of resources. As these resources help you, please share them with anyone to whom you believe could benefit.
Below are links to these resources. As you read, watch/ listen to these resources and questions come to mind, please send those questions to me. All questions are good questions and welcomed.
Below is a list of articles and video presentation titles placed in different categories. Categories designed to encourage and empower individuals in their ongoing brain injury recovery.
By clicking on the titles, the article will open for you. As you read the article (s) and watch the video presentations and questions come to mind, please share them with me. If the articles and video presentations help you, please leave a comment. Please also share your insights with me.
As you have questions, please ask. All questions are good questions and welcomed.