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Dear Friends,

As you may know, my beloved wife, Janice Tindle, was a passenger in a car collision in July 2010, involving an under-insured motorist. This incident left her with both a traumatic brain injury, cervical spinal injury, a T1 compound wedge fracture, inner ear damage and neurological injury, later diagnosed as Dystonia and changed our lives forever. Janice was gracious enough to participate in two research programs, one for managing TBI fatigue and one that tested the first potential tool for concretely diagnosing traumatic brain injuries.

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February 9, 2021

Hi Folks, I haven’t added an update for years because quite frankly, things have been really tough these past couple of years. My mom became ill with congestive heart failure and she moved in with me. I took her of her. It caused my health to deteriorate. She passed in April 2020, at 91. I have been extremely depressed because I miss my mother so much. Now, I’m trying to rebuild the ability to care for myself again. It’s hard. With the pandemic, I’ve been alone in isolation because I can’t get covid! Money has been tight. My can’t afford my insurance or medical bills, so I’ve been going without the care I should be getting. Right now, I can’t get the Botox I need to keep me walking and moving. I wear braces and use a cane or crutch depending on how bad dystonia has got me. Botox every three months help me not give up. I need $1487 to get Botox for dystonia and migraine. Dystonia has fractured bones and put me in the ER. Botox is vital to my health. Please help. Thank you.

October 20, 2017

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May 25, 2015

Always stand strong and do the best you can do. Never give up! each for the stars and keep giving it your all.

Debra Goodrich another tbi survivor

July 10, 2013

Hello, I'm so sorry to hear about your situation ! Agape, Rich Sokol

Pittsburgh, PA

January 22, 2013

Keep up the good work. I see that you are loved well, that will help you on your road to recovery.

Gerri Siegfried

January 22, 2013

Stay strong and believe!

Don Weiss