Lillian’s Story

Site created on October 2, 2019

On Sunday September 29th Lillian was involved in a hit and run accident while riding her bicycle home from a friend's house. She sustained life threatening injuries including a traumatic brain injury (TBI) called diffuse axonal injury (DAI) and is in a coma. Her neurologist did an EEG and between those results and his physical examination we were able to unanimously make the decision to arrange long term care and give her as much time as she needs to heal. We are told that this will take many months or years. We are very hopeful that our beautiful girl will come back to us no matter how long it takes. 

Newest Update

Journal entry by Rebecca Wright

Hello everyone! Hope you are all staying healthy and sane during these bizarre and unusual times. 

Lilly is doing well and has made great progress despite not being able to continue her outpatient rehabilitation during the pandemic. Her therapists have been keeping in touch and have given her things she can do at home. She is much more independent and can do so much on her own now. She will be starting therapy again next week and will finally be able to get her second round of Botox injections in her left arm. The first injections worked so well. We are excited to see what the next round will do.  

We miss all of our friends and family so much! Can't until we can visit the Fort again. 

Much love to you all! ❤️
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