TBI is an invisible disability that many don’t understand.
“Often invisible, TBI takes a toll, not just physically and cognitively, but emotionally and socially, as friendships and empathy are tested to the max’. The person feels exonerated, understood, and no longer alone. Those whose loved ones are touched by TBI are given a glimpse and better understanding of their world.”
-m, Kansas, US of A
There is NO SUCH THING as a person who had a 100% recovery from a serious head (brain) injury ….”