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Brain Injury Law Group

Attorney Gordon S. Johnson, Jr.
212 Whitetail Run Ln.
Sheboygan, WI


Helena was an older single woman when she was injured in a car wreck. She was a professional singer/musician before her injury. Help from her church made a huge difference in her rehabilitation. Her resources were modest and her discharge would have been catastrophic but for the intervention of true “good Christians.” Music was the bridge to recovery for her, giving her a purpose and helping to rebuild damage neuro-connectors. Yet, her overall recovery has been modest and she continues to be significantly disabled. While the music never died, the pace of work outside of brain injury is beyond her capacity to keep up.

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The Helena blogs, begin here: http://tbilaw.com/tbivoices/helena-the-music-never-left-but-getting-the-rest-back-was-harder/

Helena Table of Contents

Helena Part One – The Music Never Left After Severe Brain Injury But Getting the Rest Back was Harder

Helena Part Two - Knowing Helena of Green Bay Before Her Severe Traumatic Brain Injury

Helena Part Three – Rehabilitation from Severe Traumatic Brain Injury – Therapy and Lack Thereof

Helena Part Four – Discharge Into the Uncertainty After Severe Brain Injury

Helena Part Five – The Struggle to Find Treatment for Her Severe Brain Injury

Helena Part Six - Identifying and Treating Cognitive Deficits of Severe Traumatic Brain Injury

Helena Part Seven: The Music Never Died Coma Brain Injury

Helena Part Eight - The Silent Song of Brain Injury

Helena Part Nine – Living a Slower Life Post Brain Injury

Helena Part Ten – Work Outside of Music Too Fast Paced with Brain Injury Deficits

Helena Part Eleven – Music Was Her Best Choice After TBI

Helena Part Twelve - Being at Peace with TBI Survivor Self


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