Family's struggle with TBI helps dozens of others
AUBURN, Wash. -- After a tragic accident left a young man needing long-term care, his family discovered the closest suitable place was out of state.
So they decided to open up a home for him. And now their efforts are improving the lives of dozens of people with traumatic brain injury.
Terry Norman is still very much like the teenager he was 30 years ago. He enjoys hanging out in his room, typing on the keyboard and listening to his music.
"His mind is good,” said his mother Mary Norman. “He still has a wonderful sense of humor. That keeps us all kind of going.”
The mission of Brainstreams.ca is provide 24/7 access to information and resources for the thousands of people who experience brain injury in BC and beyond each year.
We are actively seeking collaborators who share our vision to build Brainstreams.ca into a world-class online knowledge hub.
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