Once a normal day is lost, will it ever return? A reckless driver runs a stop sign and plows into a motorcycle. On that beautiful October day, a young mother's life shatters as doctors tell her that her 15-year-old son will never come out of the coma. But when he does, the doctors are at a loss. No treatment plans for traumatic brain injury exist in 1970. But Alice Clark refuses to take no for an answer - knowing her son is a fighter, she brings Rick home. As his greatest champion, she uses her head and heart to guide him from sitting in a wheelchair to downhill skiing, from being unable to speak to writing and editing a monthly newsletter. In No Horns, No Trumpets, Alice and Rick tell their story of setbacks and successes with humor, honesty, and pathos.
  • Genre: Biography & Autobiography
  • Pages: 338
  • Author: Clark, Richard W. Clark, Pamela Clark Bickle (Afterword)
  • ISBN: 1483917959
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication DateMay 1, 2013
Primary CategoryBiography & Autobiography/Medical - General

No Horns, No Trumpets: A Memoir of Brain Injury and Recovery

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