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Fixing Boo Boo: A story of traumatic brain injury

Pat Stanford

2017 FAPA President's Book Award: Gold: Florida Nonfiction Do you know a person with a brain injury? Pat did. Her sister, Barb, needed help and Pat wanted to help. All Barb really wanted was to be treated like everyone else, but it was difficult since she was born with cerebral palsy. All the family wanted was for her to be safe and well cared for, especially after a life-changing accident that left her brain-injured. Stubborn and determined, Barb carved out a life for herself, overcoming many obstacles. After her husband died, she needed assistance to cope with daily meals and chores. Her sister and brother-in-law encouraged her to sell her house and come live with them. The family thought they were providing a home for a family member, but they had no idea what dealing with brain injury meant. They found out! A story of one family and the struggles they faced to live with the diagnosis of Brain Injury.  
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