Here’s a window into the invisible world of those with brain injuries, a touching story from the Ventura County Star in California:
…”It really just has to do with the degree of brain injury, said Dr. James Herman, a neurosurgeon at Ventura County Medical Center. There are certain areas of the brain, if you have a contusion or a permanent injury, it just changes your personality.
Advocates praise programs for care and rehabilitation after an injury. But they say theres little state or federal support for the long-term programs and living facilities some survivors need.”
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