In the summer of 2014, in his last year of college Steve was struck by a cyclist from behind while jogging across a bridge in Charleston, South Carolina. His injuries included: a subdural hematoma, a fractured skull, fractured vertebrae, and of course, a TBI. Upon arriving at the hospital, he was placed in a medically induced coma for several days. He lost his memory for the first few weeks, but slowly began to remember things. Initially, he struggled physically and mentally with the new challenges in his life but has continued to grow through it all. A year ago, Steve began to experience absence seizures, which has been challenging, so we discuss the how he has and is dealing with these. His perspective on everything is refreshing, and I know you will enjoy this conversation.
PS he was a mid-fielder on the US paralympic national team (pretty cool)