Question My fourteen year daughter spends lots of time in her room. She writes every night in a journal that I gave her a few years ago. She locks the book but what she doesn’t know is that I also … Continue reading →
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An estimated 2.4 million children and adults in the U.S. sustain a traumatic brain injury each year. To recognize brain injury awareness month, we want you to meet Cameron Caldwell. After a severe brain injury due to a baseball hitting his head, Cameron's family thought he might never play his favorite sport again. See his amazing story of survival and why Cameron has big plans to be back on the baseball field this spring! http://www.childrensdayton.org/cms/sucess_stories/e1b822bab865246a/index.html
Cameron Caldwell is 11 years old. His idol is Starlin Castro who plays short stop for the Chicago Cubs. His secret weapon in baseball is his slow pitching style. His favorite subject is math. He has a little brother named Caleb. To anyone who meets him, he seems like any other kid his age: smart, ta...