In 2005, Readen’s life was tragically altered while on patrol. At the explosion of a roadside bomb, the humvee he was traveling in rolled over onto his head inflicting a severe TBI. Today, he copes with permanent physical handicaps that include a noticeable speech impediment, impaired motor skills, and short-term memory loss. Follow Readen’s story at home, in the workplace, and through the Tripler Army Medical Center operating room.
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