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On the Air: Brain Injury Radio

Another Fork in the Road

with Mild Brain Injury Survivor & Author, Deb Angus

images-1Most rear-end collisions are caused by distracted drivers or drivers following too closely to the car ahead. In either case, it is the unsuspecting driver in the car ahead who may suffer whiplash, which may result in a variety of injuries such as problems with light sensitivity, depth-perception problems, tinnitus, memory problems, concentration, and balance.

The list goes on and on and on.Deb Angus

Deb Angus, brain injury survivor and author of “Regaining Consciousness: My Encounter with Mild Brain Injury–the Silent Epidemic,” will share her story about how she and her husband were sitting at a stoplight and how a distracted driver changed her life forever.

Deb Angus 2If you missed her interview on “Another Fork in the Road” on March 1st, you are in luck. You can listen to the archived show here.

Click the link below to listen to Deb Angus, and me.Book Cover-FINAL-6x9-web3

See you “On the Air!”

Survivor & Author of “Regaining Consciousness: My Encounter with Mild Brain Injury–the Silent Epidemic”

(Photos compliments of Deb Angus.)

Click here for a list of all “Another Fork in the Road” shows on the Brain Injury Radio Network.

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