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Brain injury victims aim for independence at transitional living center

When a brain injury affects your daily life, it affects almost every aspect. For one man, still suffering from the effects of a 1979 car accident, the future is looking a little brighter. The 60 year-old car accident victim has a doctorate in mathematics from Brown University and a genius level IQ, but the brain injury he sustained has affected many of the most simple aspects of his life.

Recently, the 60 year-old man moved into a brand-new transitional living facility for brain injury victims. The facility’s goal is to help those with traumatic brain injuries become more independent and transition to independent living.

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