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Brain Injury Law Group

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


Jeremiah his guitar.

Jeremiah is the story of a high functioning engineer who suffered a severe brain injury in a motor vehicle wreck. Jeremiah turned to music and lyrics to help him with severe memory and aphasia, which led to him writing song lyrics. His story includes partial success at returning to engineering, even though he is currently unemployed. Our videos includes several of him performing the music he has written.

For a full PDF of the story, click here.

The Jeremiah blogs, begin here: http://tbilaw.com/tbivoices/jeremiah-the-continuing-recovery-from-the-severest-of-impacts/


Jeremiah Table of Contents

Jeremiah Part One– Continuing Brain Injury Recovery from the Severest of Impacts

Jeremiah Part Two – Amnesia From Severe TBI

Jeremiah Part Three – Other Physical Injuries After Severe Brain Injury

Jeremiah Part Four – Stressful Event Creates First Significant Memory Out of Cloud of Amnesia

Jeremiah Part Five – Years of Rehabilitation After Severe Brain Injury

Jeremiah Part Six – Learning to Walk Again After Recovering From Coma

Jeremiah Part Seven – Dysprosody – Foreign Accent Syndrome After Traumatic Brain Injury

Jeremiah Part Eight - Frustration, Fatigue and Little Steps to Recovery After Brain Injury

Jeremiah Part Nine – The Caregiver’s Role in His Recovery From Coma Brain Injury

Jeremiah Part Ten - Protecting and Preserving the Caregiver of Someone with a Brain Injury

Jeremiah Part Eleven – Return to Work After Severe Brain Injury

Jeremiah Part Twelve – A Special Advocate in the Workplace for the Survivor of Coma

Jeremiah Part Thirteen  – Obstacles to Successful Reemployment After Severe Head Injury

Jeremiah Part Fourteen - Ongoing Mood Issues After Severe TBI

Jeremiah Part Fifteen - Pluses and Minuses of Seeming Normal for Survivor of Brain Injury

Jeremiah Part Sixteen – the Neural Exercise of Music to Rehabilitate the Injured Brain

Jeremiah Part Seventeen – Making Music After TBI

Jeremiah Part Eighteen – Writing Songs About Recovery from Brain Injury

Part Nineteen – Jeremiah’s Lyrical Message for the Brain Injury Community

Jeremiah Part Twenty – TBI Survivors: Keep the Good Parts


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(See http://waiting.com/stephanie.html It is not just that Stephanie’s poem’s have been read by ten of thousands of computer user’s over the years, but the number of people who have specifically written me about her words.  I did a Google search for “Letter from Your Brain” and found that it had been reprinted in tens of thousands of places, despite the © on it. )



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