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Laura L. Whittemore has been in the field of psychology, early childhood education and an entrepreneur for over 30 years. She sustained a Traumatic Brain Injury in 2001, caused by a horseback riding accident. Fortunately, she was wearing a helmet. Since her life-changing, wake up call, she has focused her gifts grained through her recovery process into writing, photography, speaking, life coaching and creating memory fitness programs. She is a Board Member of the Brain Injury Hope Foundation in Boulder, CO. Laura has two children and six grandchildren and lives, hikes, bikes and skis in sunny Colorado.

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The Process of Recovery; from mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI) (1944 views) To some, the word "recovery" means getting better, regaining what you lost, the pain goes away and the brain is as sharp and attentive as it was before the accident. However, every brain injury is as varied as the recovery process because of the uniqueness of who you are. A brain injury is unlike all other injuries.

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