Category Archives: Traumatic Brain Injury

A View from Bridge – Two Brain Injured Poets

viewfrom bridgeI have in my files a November 1988 newsletter, put together by staff and brain injury survivors. A View from BRIDGE. Acronym for brain injured daytime group extended – a group at Mt. Vernon Hospital in Alexandria, Virginia that my brain injured daughter Jen attended way back then. The program is still in existence, and still “bridges the gap between hospitalization and the multiple services and agencies available within the community.” Continue reading A View from Bridge – Two Brain Injured Poets

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Catastrophic Life Changing Accident – Never Forgotten

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The spring of 1982, my middle daughter Jen helped me drive from Utah to Virginia. Beginning of my new life. About three years later, she and her younger sister were in a catastrophic life changing accident that forever altered our lives. Continue reading Catastrophic Life Changing Accident – Never Forgotten