SPEAK OUT! Faces of Brain Injury – William Jarvis
Donna O’Donnell Figurski
Brain Injury is NOT Discriminating!
I acquired a severe TBI (traumatic brain injury) from a car collision in 2000. It put me into a coma. I was in hospitals one and a half years. As with most survivors, there were challenges when I went home. I continued to have problems walking and with cognitive functions. It has been a long road, but life is good. I speak about how to improve after a TBI, I write inspirational books, and I engage with life as much as possible. I must pace myself because, after fifteen years, fatigue is still an issue. The good news is that, if a survivor never gives up setting goals for improvement, there is hope. I recently moved to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA, and enjoy helping other survivors through a TBI support-group, doing community activities, and giving presentations on “Improvement Through Motivation.” My web site is http://billjarvis.org/.
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