Background story about my car crash

 My name is Dave and I have been where very few people have been before. I have been almost killed in a serious car accident in which I sustained an extremely severe, traumatic brain injury How to recover after a brain injury amongst other injuries. The experiences I have to share will present you with a very rare and new opportunity to learn ideas and tips that you can only get from someone in my position, someone who has been almost killed but then recovered enough to share what they have had to endure. By reading my story, you will gain access to the life lessons I have learned without having to go through what I had to go through to learn them.

 

 

 

Brain injury symptoms I woke up in a hospital bed of a five-bed ward, just behind the nurse’s station. I did not know where I was or what had happened to me. I couldn’t move my legs and I thought I was dreaming as I have no recollection of the events leading up to it. I did not understand why I needed the tube that was going straight up my nose, I did not know anything.          

 

 

I am here to tell you that it is possible to recover after a serious, life-changing event, such as a stroke, car accident, or Motivation brain injury to name a few. Even though my life is different now, it is not all doom and gloom and I have a rather bright-looking future. I have written a detailed story about my crash  and my life following it and when I refer to my story on this page, that is the story I am talking about.  If you are interested in reading more about brain injuries, here is a link to the site of the organisation called Synapse. They are Australia’s Brain Injury Organisation. 

 

 

 

This site is focused primarily on helping people with brain injuries, but anyone with problems could get inspiration from reading my story. Therefore, I think it would be useful to all because I Inspiration don’t live a problem-free life and I’m sure you don’t either. There are times in all of our lives that we all need to be inspired but to find out more, you will need to read my story.      

 

 

 

 

WHAT WILL MY STORY BE ABOUT

I was on my way to school one morning and the result of not seeing a car while I was at an intersection nearly meant the end of my life. Brain injury I have had to relearn almost everything again, such as walking, talking, eating, the list goes on. Just think about it, imagine having to learn to walk, talk or even eat again. I have needed to relearn all of these things plus so much more, all the while still being able to remember that I used to be able to do those things. I have made considerable improvements since my crash and you can read all about them in my book.

 

 

 

 

WHY I WANT TO HELP PEOPLE

Light at the end of the tunnel I am interested in the idea of helping people that have suffered a brain injury, the loved ones of those with the injury, people who have experienced some form of injury or illness and need some encouragement that there is light at the end of the tunnel or even people who need a little inspiration. I have a kind heart so helping others is a passion of mine and I see it as my duty to share this information with others.      

 

 

 

When I first sustained my injury, my parents were the main people who were looking after me. When I talk to them about that time now, they tell me that they searched everywhere for information and support. I want to offer people the support my parents were searching for.      

 

 

 

I have had a lot of support during my recovery and as a result, I now want to offer my support to others with ideas of products, therapies, or ways of doing things etc, that have helped me recover, Directions on how to recover after a brain injury or even some inspiration to go on.

 

 

 

 

 

My mission 

One of the main purposes of my site is that I want to give people hope. Following a severe injury, there is a lot of uncertainty and you don’t know what is going to happen to your loved one. Brain Injury Rehabilitation Through my story and additional materials I will publish, I want to give hope and encouragement to those people who are in a very uncertain position regarding their loved ones. Even if you don’t have a brain-injured loved one, my story is written in such a way that anyone can be inspired by reading it.      

 

 

 

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If you have any questions or comments, feel free to leave them below and I will be more than happy to help you out or point you in the right direction if I can. I would prefer if you could leave comments at the bottom of this page instead of emailing me as other people may have the same question and reading my reply to the comment may answer their question.      

 

 

 

After reading this brief page on my story, I would love it if you could become a subscriber to my website. If you do, you will be notified of anything I produce and your email address will not be subject to any kind of spam.    

 

 

 

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If you want to subscribe, scroll down to the footer at the bottom of the page. You will need to enter your name and email into the 2 fields that are above a subscribe button. Don’t forget that you will be sent an email to confirm your subscription to my site.      

 

 

 

Don’t forget, if you don’t see the confirmation email in your inbox, you will need to go into the spam folder of your email account and move an email from my site, such as the confirmation email, to your inbox. After you do this, open the email and confirm your subscription but don’t delete this email and this should create rules that mean other emails from my site should go to your inbox and not go to the spam folder.

 

Another thing you can do to ensure you get my emails is to add [email protected] to your address book. If you are having trouble, email me at [email protected]

 

 

 

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David Paton

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