Patti Foster is no stranger to the dramatic life changes that come with a traumatic brain injury. On June 18, 2002, a tractor-trailer barreled into the back of her stopped Tahoe. One of her friends died in the crash, and Patti lay in a coma for six weeks. Now, Patti is a passionate advocate for others dealing with brain injury. She is vice president of Hope After Brain Injury and a committee chairperson for Texas Brain Injury Advisory Council (TBIAC). A member of the North Texas TBI Model System Advisory Council, she serves on the Strategic Planning Committee and travels often as a speaker for Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD). Her book Coping with Traumatic Brain Injury: One Woman’s Journey from Death to Life is her own raw story. Learn more at PattiFoster.com and HopeAfterBrainInjury.org.
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