Living With Traumatic Brain Injury

In this University of Washington program, Kathleen Bell, rehabilitation physician at the University of Washington Medical Center (UWMC), Myron Goldberg, neuropsychologist at UWMC, Robert Fraser, vocational rehabilitation specialist at UWMC and Mary Pepping, neuropsychologist at UWMC, all weigh in on life with traumatic brain injuries. People with traumatic brain injuries may experience physical, cognitive or personality changes that affect their work and relationships. In this program from the University of Washington, hear stories of people who are rebuilding their lives and readjusting to family, careers and everyday life. This program is sponsored by the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services/Aging and Disability Services Administration, University of Washington Traumatic Brain Injury Model System, and Harborview Medical Center.


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  1. Living with a brain injury caused from a car wreck which led my body into a coma for three months in Nov. 1985 to Feb 1986.

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