- Traumatic Brain Injury such as intergration, support, accommodations and spirital guidance
- Tonia encourages you with tbi; those who live & work with TBI
- Life is a gift and most of us with tbi have been given a second chance.
- Learn to be realistic, yet be able to dream
- What do you do after a brain injury?
- 1.4 million people who experience a tbi every year.
Tonia L. Wittkower: One Woman’s Journey Through Traumatic Brain Injury follows Tonia Wittkower beyond the accident that almost took her life.
January 17th, changed the lives of Tonia and her family forever.
While returning to college after being at home, Tonia’s car skidded on ice, crossed the median and collided head-on with an 18 wheel truck. Injuries were many, things did not look good, but miracles happen.
Tonia looks at the steps that her family took to get back her life.
Interviews with doctors, Psychologists, family members, friends, college professors, pastors as well as Tonia shows you how it effects one’s entire life spectrum.
This circle of support must work together to help put the piece of this broken life back together as well as develop new ways to continue healing, growing and living this gift of a new life.
Tonia Wittkower tackles the issues needed to be confronted by people with Traumatic Brain Injury such as intergration, support, accommodations and spirital guidance, from one who has experienced it first hand and to help others deal with an issue that not only engulfs the person with the tbi but their family members and those who deal with that person everyday.