In February 2005, Jason Waterhouse’s 16-year career as an Army Ranger came to a tragic end along the Northern border of Afghanistan. An RPG attack on Jason’s bunker left him critically wounded with a severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). As a result of the TBI, he suffers from epileptic seizures, debilitating head pain, and visual impairment after losing his left eye. Once the epitome of independence, Jason now relies completely on his wife Suzetta. As Jason’s primary caregiver, Suzetta is left with little time for herself, consumed by the responsibilities of her husband’s health and care of their two kids.
Part 1 of 2 from the Slow Healing project. Please visit the project website for more information and to view the project website: slowhealing.org