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Friday, March 20, 2009

Natasha Richardson's Death is A Life Lesson


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I've been biding my time to post new content on this blog. I've been waiting to see how the Natasha Richardson case developed.

It should not have resulted in a multi-faceted nightmare.

One of the things I teach to the world at large is that brain injuries are NOT predictable (re-read the explanation of my book's title when you buy a copy).

Injuries to the head ALWAYS warrant an immediate, competent medical exam.

Each human being has specific sensitivities, strengths and weaknesses.

Each injury to a human brain is specific, unique to that person.

Some of us are left fighting for life, others face lifetimes of impairments with movement, hearing, sight, speech, cognition (understanding what's going on in the world and at all) and eager to be accepted in society as we are.

These online news items are terrific summaries of risks posed by brain injuries, a reminder that anyone NEEDS sophisticated medical exams of their head and body after a serious accident (kids especially, since they don't know to ask for medical help):


Life is often far from over after a devastating brain injury. In many cases there are opportunities to live a fulfilling life Physically, Mentally, Emotionally, and Spiritually.

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