Audiobooks can be a godsend for anyone living with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) for several reasons:
- Prevents headaches and eye-strain often associated with TBI survivors and reading books
- Great for listening to again and again. No need to worry how much information you are retaining.
- Wonderful source for affirmations. Listen each day as part of your morning routine, workout, or commute time
Lost in My Mind is a stunning memoir describing Kelly Bouldin Darmofal’s journey from adolescent girl to special education teacher, wife, and mother – despite severe Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). Spanning three decades, Kelly’s journey is unique in its focus on TBI education in America (or lack thereof). Kelly also abridges her mother’s journals to describe forgotten experiences. She continues the narrative in her own humorous, poetic voice, describing a victim’s relentless search for success, love, and acceptance – while combating bureaucratic red tape, aphasia, bilateral hand impairment, and loss of memory.