As I relearned what I could with a damaged mind and body I began writing music, something I hadn't done before. This began years after my severe TBI, as so much else was required first. I found that music links many different areas of the mind and I believe music therapy could help many who suffered a TBI. Though my music was done on my own, I would like to promote music and music therapy to be a standard help in TBI recovery when possible. I talk more about my TBI on my websites.
I will be presenting my music with Minneapolis artist Sarah Pray, who is popular worldwide, at the annual BIAW convention in May to promote the value of music therapy and of helping TBI survivors. Though much is so difficult now, I find hope in the possibility of helping others with what I've learned. I wish all the best and encourage you to listen to or try playing or writing music as another opportunity. Life is an everlasting challenge made far more difficult after a TBI but nonetheless a challenge. Give yourself and all who assist with even little much credit for what you overcome. Thanks for reading and listening.