(InForum) – Since a near-fatal accident in November of 2007, Hannah Anderson has had to deal with more than any human should ever have to face.
With a traumatic brain injury from the crash, she had to learn to walk, talk, breath and eat all over again.
Through three months of care at Gillette Children’s Hospital in St. Paul and then extensive therapies back home at a nearby Devils Lake facility, she was able to recover — somewhat.
But the daily migraine headaches, brain fog, short-term memory loss, near sleepless nights and exhaustion were still part of her life. CONTINUE