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Embracing the Journey: Moving Forward After Brain Injury

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A collection of short stories originally published on Huffington Post to educate and bring awareness about traumatic brain injury - Every 11 seconds someone in the United States suffers a Traumatic Brain Injury. That's over 2.8 million people per year just in the U.S. In February 2014 Amy Zellmer slipped on a patch of ice and fell, forcibly landing on the back of her skull. The impact briefly knocked her out, and when she started to get up, she immediately knew something was very wrong.Amy had suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and was about to start a journey unlike anything she had ever ...

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A collection of short stories originally published on Huffington Post to educate and bring awareness about traumatic brain injury - Every 11 seconds someone in the United States suffers a Traumatic Brain Injury. That's over 2.8 million people per year just in the U.S. In February 2014 Amy Zellmer slipped on a patch of ice and fell, forcibly landing on the back of her skull. The impact briefly knocked her out, and when she started to get up, she immediately knew something was very wrong.Amy had suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and was about to start a journey unlike anything she had ever experienced. Her life had changed in literally a blink of the eye.Falls are the leading cause of TBI. Rates are highest for children aged 0 to 4 years and for adults aged 75 years and older.This book is a collection of her short articles which were originally published on The Huffington Post, and is a sequel to her original book
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