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'The Matt Duffin Show' - In The Beginning; Joni Goins!

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Who's been sitting in on my desk?  Dang cats!  Rumors, self talks and wonderments about TMDS can be settled. I’m here, dust and all.  In more ways than one, downtime called out with needs to reflect, relive and refocus! Never too serious. Sunday’s are where us TBI folks just a bit zany, perhaps have rural understanding and FIGHT a TBI daily, reach out to help search of complete insight for “almost regular” results in life. Words of and for the children, confused parents, professionals along my trail & each precious caregiver involved.  Never doubt me, I never give up, or rarely in; ask Joni.  I’m here, to sell recovery coping skills daily, on a constant basis. So, when I stumble the need to begin over has become a solid strategy. My teacher? Without further ado, our guest tonight is my recovery ‘Strategist’  SLP Joni Goins. Taking my case out of RHI, and we hung out 4 years together (that itself should collect retirement benefits).  She taught me a lot, and we learned much. We developed, and what a wild ride!  A true God Send, with thoughts and ideas you will enjoy and probably replay. Mrs. Goins is a long-term resident of southeastern Indiana, has been a Speech Language Pathologist for 9 years working in a variety of settings.  Earning a Master’s Degree from Ball State, most of her professional career has been outpatient clinic, specializing in patients with neurological problems such as TBI's along with other diseases. Her work with children with brain injuries is ‘top notch’. Currently, she works full time at a Skilled Nursing Facility, enjoying spending time with her husband and two children.  Trust me; you’ll enjoy your time tonight in Downtown Milton! Laugh early, learn late, and understand more.  Hit it Bob – “Lord, I was born a Ramblin’ man…”