My Encounter with Mild Brain Injury—
The Silent Epidemic
with Foreword by Gail L. Denton, PhD, author of BRAINLASH:
Maximize Your Recovery from Mild Brain Injury
This book is a recount of my experiences with Mild Brain Injury (MBI). It is written so that people will know how easily this type of injury happens, how deeply it affects a person, and how prevalent MBI actually is in today’s society. MBI is a closed head injury, an injury that is not readily recognizable, but the effects on a person’s life are profound—and can last a lifetime.
In an effort to help others better understand, this book was written to:
1. raise awareness of mild and moderate brain injuries
2. help those who are brain injured but undiagnosed
3. give voice to those who are challenged because of a brain injury
4. help those who are diagnosed to know it is possible to live well in spite of a mild or moderate brain injury.