A near-fatal car accident during her clinical fellowship left SLP Laura Morgan with a serious traumatic brain injury. She’s had moments of despair, but she has drawn on her own strength—and the support of family and friends like fellow SLP Anna Miller—to mount a remarkable recovery. Here, Morgan and Miller describe their own perspectives on Morgan’s journey. They also share first-hand advice for clinicians on supporting people through #TBI #rehabilitation.
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Steve Tobak - "You don't need a cause to do what's right. And the next time you’re blogging, posting, or Tweeting about some cause that’s captured your interest, ask yourself what you would truly sacrifice in the name of that cause. If the answer is little more than words – if you would not sacrifice your own self-interest to do what’s right – you’re not really helping, just feeding your ego."