"I had to re-learn my entire life..." - Tiffany's Survivor Story


"My name is Tiffany. I am an anoxic brain injury survivor. In 2012, I was on life support because of blood clots. The clots kept my brain from getting enough oxygen to function. I had an anoxic brain injury as a result. The brain injury shut my body down and I had to re-learn my entire life. I also went completely blind and lost mobility. I did physical, speech and occupation therapy to regain functioning and muscle. When I went completely blind, my doctors didn't think I would be able to see again. Eventually, my vision began to gradually return. Today, in 2019, I have 20/20 vision, with peripheral weakness and mobility with a few balance issues." -Tiffany, ABI Survivor ••• ➡️Share your story for#BrainInjuryAwarenessMonth! Submit yours athttps://www.hopeafterheadinjury.com/share-your-story 💚 We are all in this together!#HopeAfterHeadInjury

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