You have to wonder about children with TBI, and what happens during life afterwords. As a child of 53, I do. Let's listen (of course after I ramble, er, uh, introduce tonight's show). Bob Cluett is the CEO of Lash & Associates Publishing who I met during the IBIA Conference last fall. His TBI was from a fall at 4 years of age. (He's a bit older now). We both share a knack for BI information gathering, and discovered quickly going out into the open air during breaks was a smoke (or 3) agreement. We even 'hit' it off by being TBI survivors with humor. His direct orders come from wife Marilynn Lash, former guest on BrainInjuryRadio.com and Lash Publishing's main boss. Humor is what Bob and I share in primarily, yet listen as he shares a special perspective of skills developed during his vast corporate career. As a Lash founding partner he focuses on sales; oversees the publishing of information about the consequences of brain injury among children, adolescents and young adults & STILL remains 'hands-on' in the printing/bindery department. A
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