(WHTM) – Traumatic brain injury survivor Emma Kenyon is working hard to heal. The Mechanicsburg resident was in a coma for a month after a car crash left her with a traumatic brain injury in February.
After being in the hospital for months, Kenyon is home and thankful to be alive. “I want to be completely better,” said Kenyon. “She’s still learning everything, learning how to do everything again,” said Michele Dill, who lives in Mechanicsburg.
“She’s making great strides, but we still have a long way to go.” She has made great strides. Kenyon can now get up on her own and can get up the stairs with help from others. Loved ones say Kenyon’s recovery is a marathon, not a sprint. CONTINUE