The Run for Thought event may be over, but survivors, caregivers, healthcare professionals and others know we have to continue with prevention and advocacy education.
I had such a great time today taking part in the 5K/1-mile Run/Walk/Roll ... but I mostly enjoyed cheering for Susan as she ran across the finish line. She completed the three-mile run. I'm not ready for that. And, I reconnected today with another JL Mann Patriot - what a hoot.
So, this page will stay active for a while in case you still want to help me reach the $1,500 goal.
I know now that I am not raising money because I was in a car accident on June 10, 1999. No, I am raising money and awareness about traumatic brain injury because phone calls are coming more regularly from people needing resources and assistance due to brain injury.
I am an advocate. I am an ally. I am a TBI survivor now thriving and I want to be at the end of the call so that I can be a resource.
I'm taking part in this year's Run for Thought because I miss our most cherished Anderson Oconee Pickens Support Group founder, Liz Willis.
I'm taking part in this event because I am a brain injury survivor ... join us!!!
June 10, 1999 - the worst/best day of my life. Read more: http://features.clemson.edu/creative-services/staff/2010/dede-norungolo/
Another bit of news: www.clemson.edu/media-relations/article.php
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