The studio is filled with beautiful survivors of brain injury, and me. I like the "and me" part because joining Jennifer Goodman and I tonight is the precious Alisa Marie. She'll discuss much, including her BI's, her work for BI's and The Learning Man play, Art with TBI, and her life.
Alan Wilbar is a brain injury survivor, and 'The Learning Man' she works with. Hoping he calls as well. He's Alisa's "better half" who fell from a circus tent top, nearly 50-feet in 1988. Survived, obviously. Yet I got to say, well, HA! Alan, I got ya by 3-feet!
Alisa Marie, a beautiful and brilliant survivor of New Hampshire, has now been told Parkinsons's Disease, an acquired brain disorder, will become "just another chapter in my life, just like my traumatic brain injury, it will not have me!" She offers "I am not my brain injury and I am not this disease. I just have it."
Jen Goodman, my angel sent me a co-host, will conduct the interview, then talk PBA, and emotional disruption caused by brain injury. I'll try to talk, but it's looking like girls night.... Call, boy or girl, lady or man. Transgender - and we do not care what phone booth you walk in. (424) 243-9540 and press 1 to talk. Or, no 1, just listen. BUT, my fingers have been known to slip.