On July 3rd, 1979 Daniel Windheim at the age of 16 was a passenger in a car that was involved in an accident.From this point onward he became a member of the world of the disabled. Being a member of this community has forced him to alter his existence, and face life life with new focus.He now has dedicated his life to educating the public about Brain Injury's, and differences life sometimes gives us. Through his web site www.tbilife.com , he reaches out toward other survivors to grow stronger, and make life better.
Along with his mother Marjorie Windheim, the two discuss the misunderstandings the world may have toward the disabled, ie. Brain Injury survivors, and what may make life easier.Their focus for this book is to reach survivors of TBI, their families, and individuals who service this population.
The idea that "it's not all black and white" means that things are not all or nothing, or this or that. Things must be looked at in different ways.This book includes Q&A sections with responses from real people.