some great insight…

CavinMy friend Cavin, who suffered a Diffuse Axonal Injury after falling from scaffolding in 2011, maintains a blog detailing his recovery.  Cavin’s eloquent and gritty articulation style – mixed in with a quirky sense of humor –  provides a raw perspective on the physical, emotional, and neurological aspects of recovering from a TBI.  Even after working with many patients whom have suffered from a TBI, Cavin’s  writing has provided  a unique knowledge and perspective that has become very useful for my treating future patients.


In Cavin’s words…Cavin2

On the one year anniversary of my brain injury, I began posting about where I was one year ago on the anniversary of each important event as they happened. This story is that of the year that followed this brain injury. As I got better, my friends began to call me “Mr. Bounce” after the old Roger Hargreaves children’s book because I seemed to “bounce right back!” I did not bounce though… It’s a haul, not a bounce. There is no undoing a brain injury. I work to spread awareness about TBI and to help other survivors, their friends, and their families. These are my adventures in brain injury!

Please consider his latest


Posted on June 13, 2013, in From My Perspective.... Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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