To know or to represent a victim of traumatic brain injury is to be sobered by the gravity of the injury and humbled by the victim’s efforts to regain his life.
Statistics don’t often tell us much about the individual victim, but they can tell us much about the extent and severity of the problem across our population. According to the Brain Injury Association of America:
1. Every 23 seconds one person in the United States sustains a Traumatic Brain Injury.