Here are the names of books that I think are invaluable to people with head injuries and the people who love them. There are
many more out there—these just happen to be ones that I, myself, found to be extremely well written, reader friendly and full of
enormously helpful insights and information:
In An Instant. Lee and Bob Woodruff, Random House, 2007.
I’ll Carry The Fork: Recovering a life after brain injury. Kara Swanson, Rising Star Press, 2003.
Brainlash: Maximize Your Recovery From Mild Brain Injury. Gail L. Denton, Ph.D. Demos Medical Publishing, Inc.,
1999, revised 2008.
Over my head: A Doctor’s Own Story Of Head Injury From The Inside Looking Out. Claudia L. Osborn, M.D. Andrews
McMeel Publishing, 1998, 2000.
Where is the Mango Princess, Cathy Crimmins, 2001
TBI Hell: A Traumatic Brain Injury Really Sucks, Geo Gosling, 2006
Head Cases: Stories of Brain Injury and Its Aftermath ,Michael Paul Mason,2008