Coping With Traumatic Brain Injury – One Woman’s Journey from Death to Life
On June 18, 2002, Patti Foster – the Inspirational Communicator and former radio personality who had such a zest for life – was severely injured in a horrific traffic collision that almost took her life. She suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI), multiple fractures from the top of her head to the tip of her toes, and remained in a coma for 6 weeks.
Eyewitnesses of the crash were stunned…
”Patti’s wreck has special meaning because she traveled through the crucible and survived insurmountable odds and found a meaning, or calling, for others to follow.”
PATTI FOSTER is a strong advocate for brain injury. She has written chapters in numerous books and has been interviewed in USA, Canada, England, and beyond. Since the crash, she regularly volunteers at Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation (BIR) in Dallas where she spends valuable time with brain-injury patients and their families. Along with working as a voice-actor, Patti also travels around the country—and abroad—sharing her powerful story and inspiring others to experience her motto for living: M.A.D. Now! (Make A Difference Now!). Patti is VP of HopeAfterBrainInjury.org
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