Stories from Family & Friends
Many of our TSN families and friends have shared their experiences about coping with the loss of a loved one or helping their loved one move along the road to recovery. A selection of these stories is listed below. Reading other’s stories can help you connect with others and not feel alone. You may also discover some ideas that may be helpful to you. You may wish to read several stories to get a number of perspectives.
After joining the TSN you can share your own story with others. Writing about your experiences can help both you and others. Take this opportunity to recognize the accomplishments of your loved one or celebrate the life of someone you have lost to an injury. You can benefit by taking time to reflect on your experience. Other folks can benefit by realizing they are not alone. If you are already a TSN member, click here to share your story in the community forum. If you have not registered (it’s free), please register now and then you can share your story.
My son, Tyler was at his uncle’s house for a family gathering in February of 2011 when he decided to make a quick trip home for some extra video game controllers...Read More
We knew Daniel and his dad, Everett, were involved in an accident on the interstate. We knew LifeStar air ambulance was on the scene waiting to transport him...Read More
The worst decision I made for my husband during his accident and recovery was my choice for his rehabilitation. Had I researched this area and educated...Read More
On April 9th, 2013, my dad fell around fifteen feet from a ladder while installing cable at work. His head hit pavement and he suffered a subdural...Read More
In 2011, my husband and I decided to take a chance and pursue his dream career in dirt racing. We packed up our lives and our two children.... Read More
On the afternoon of July 4th, 2005 my husband and I received the phone call every parent dreads: Our 17 year-old son was being transported to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center… Read More
I know something is terribly wrong as I jump from bed to answer the phone. It is a nurse from a local hospital. Ryan has been in a car accident. Is he okay, I ask? It’s serious, she says, he’s with the trauma team right now…Read More
October 31, 1995 started like every other weekday; it would end like nothing we would have ever imagined. That afternoon, our 13 year old son, John, was in a car accident…Read More