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Brain Injury Law Group

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


Kevin is the story of a survivor of a severe brain injury who has had only a modest recovery. His marriage ended as a result of his injury and his life now consists of support work at a workshop. Despite his poor overall cognitive functioning, he still demonstrates remarkable memory and insight when talking about his current passion: sports. The marked improvement in this area has us posing the question as to whether using high interest activities, such as sports, in brain injury rehab might make for significantly better results. We termed this idea – “spectator based cognitive therapy” for severe brain injury.

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The Kevin blogs, begin here: http://tbilaw.com/tbivoices/kevin-an-island-of-high-functioning-in-a-sea-of-severe-brain-injury/


Kevin Table of Contents

Kevin Part One - An Island of High Functioning in a Sea of Severe Brain Injury

Part Two – About Kevin Before His Brain Injury

Kevin Part Three - Memories of Time in Rehab After Coma Brain Injury

Part Four – Premature Discharge Contributed to Family Disruption After Severe TBI 

Kevin Part  Five  - Relearning to Walk After Coma

Kevin Part Six - Speech Related Challenges After Severe Brain Injury

Kevin Part Seven - Spectator Memory – A Different Cognitive Profile than Other Brain Injury Deficits

Kevin Part Eight - Spectating Based Cognitive Therapy After Severe TBI

Kevin Part Nine - Current Cognitive Functioning for Survivor of Severe Brain Injury

Kevin Part Ten – A Normal Day In This Survivor's Life Post Severe TBI

Kevin Part Eleven - Mood and Medication After Coma Brain Injury

Kevin Part Twelve – Frontal Lobe Functioning Eleven Years Post Severe Brain Injury

Kevin Part Thirteen – Advice to TBI Survivors: Write Everything Down and Stay Positive


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