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Attorney Gordon S. Johnson, Jr.
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Gordon Johnson and Lethan Candlish talk about Lethan's performance of

Who Am I, Again?

Lethan was the beginning of the TBI Voices project. At our launch, we engaged Lethan Candlish to perform his autobiographical play: “Who Am I, Again?” Lethan was a 17 year old high schooler when he suffered his injury. See http://whoamIagain.com for the full play. The Lethan segment here is the after hours interview of Lethan, discussing the themes he had raised in his play, including relearning to walk, the phone call to his Mom and the unmaking of cool. We also focus on the importance of community support and how Lethan is the poster child for the difference qualitative and long term brain injury rehab can make.

For a full PDF of the story, click here.

The Lethan blogs, begin here: http://tbilaw.com/tbivoices/lethan-a-revisit-to-the-themes-of-tbi-voices/




Lethan Table of Contents

Lethan - A Revisit to the Themes of Severe Brain Injury

Lethan Part Two – The Phone Tells of a Severe Brain Injury Accident

Lethan Part Three – Waiving Au Revoir to Your Own History After Severe Brain Injury

Part Four: Who Was Lethan Before His Severe Brain Injury

Lethan Part Five – Brain Injury and Frontal Lobe Damage - The Unmaking of Cool

Lethan Part Six – Neurobehavioral Extremes After Survival from Coma Brain Injury

Lethan Part Seven - Community Support After Brain Injury

Lethan Part Eight – Relearning to Walk After Coma - Heel Toe, Heel Toe

Part Nine – Lethan the Poster Child for Recovery From Severe Brain Injury

Part Ten – Lethan’s Advice to Other Brain TBI Survivors and Caregivers

Part Eleven  – Who is it Who Survives the Coma? Who is Lethan?


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