A Case of Miracles
Libby Beemer talks about her daughter’s recovery from a devastating car wreck and the “meaning of Sam.”
The Broken Hat
What does an old, furry trapper hat have to do with being the mom of a son with a TBI?
The Way I Walk
As a young Cub Scout, the "Broken Arrow Boy" fell and an arrow in his hand punctured his brain. More than 50 surgeries later, Adam Moore lives a spiritual and artistic life.
Sometimes the best way to learn or to feel understood is to hear from other people in similar situations. That’s why we have put together this collection of personal stories. Whether you are someone who has sustained a TBI, a fulltime caregiver, or a friend of a friend who is just learning about TBI for the first time, these stories can shed light on the complexities of brain injury … and the resiliency of the human spirit.
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