On the Air . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brain Injury Radio “Another Fork in the Road” “Where Have All My Friends Gone?”
On The Air: Brain Injury Radio “Another Fork in the Road”
Panelists: Caregiver, Lisabeth Mackall and Survivor Troop, Juliet Madsen
Topic: Where Have All My Friends Gone?
Donna O’Donnell Figurski
Lisabeth Mackall joined other caregivers when her husband and police officer, Frank, was in a serious car accident on the way to an emergency call. The accident left him with a brain injury.
Troop, Juliet Madsen, got her brain injury while serving her country in Iraq. Juliet is a member of the Board of Directors of R4 Alliance and is a master quilter. You can see some of her work at “Stroke of Luck Quilting.”
Losing relationships, both family and friends, is a common result of brain injury and it is devastating to survivors and their caregivers, as well. Troop and survivor, Juliet Madsen, and Lisabeth Mackall, therapist and caregiver for her husband, join me to discuss the topic of “Where Have All My Friends Gone.” We’ll examine the reasons why some people just can’t stick it out and try to shed some light on how folks can keep their relationships alive with their brain-injured friends.
If you missed this show on
“Another Fork in the Road” on September6th, 2015, don’t fret. You can listen to the archived show here. Click the link below.
See you “On the Air!”
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