The Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation (ONF) has just released a very unique annual report. Why is this annual report unique? It puts a “face” to neurotrauma; hence the theme and the name of the report: Faces of Neurotrauma. Inside the pages of this annual report, you’ll:
- Meet Jeremy, a 27-year-old project manager at Blackberry in Waterloo, Ontario. His story is one of maintaining health and wellness after sustaining a spinal cord injury.
- Meet April, who at the age of 25, sustained a traumatic brain injury when she was hit by a car. Her story is one of incredible community support.
- Meet Shannon, who after colliding with a fellow player during a co-ed hockey game, went from an active athlete, mother, wife, and professional to feeling frustrated and isolated. Her story is one of understanding no two injuries are alike.
Meet more individuals in Faces of Neurotrauma. Allow their stories to inspire, inform, and educate you – allow them to help you to put a face to neurotrauma. Click here for the full report: Faces of Neurotrauma ONF 2013 2014 Annual Report