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User Review  - tjsjohanna - LibraryThing

Mr. Mason captures a glimpse into the world of disability by way of head injury in his book. The cases are no more than a dozen, but the author manages to give the reader a look at the wide ranging ... Read full review

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User Review  - CandaceVan - LibraryThing

Well-written and very moving book, which is more likely to make you better protect your noggin than any amount of chiding from your Mom. Interestingly, this book contains a case in which a man, after ... Read full review

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User Review  - Scrabblenut - LibraryThing

The book contains many interesting and sad cases of brain injury, told not by a doctor, but by a brain injury case manager and advocate. The writing is a bit meandering and the stories are very depressing, of course. The cases do show some of the weird workings of the human brain. Read full review

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User Review  - hemlokgang - LibraryThing

The subject matter in this book is very interesting, and it was also a very informative book in terms of the lack of good services for the brain injured and their families. However, I am sorry to say ... Read full review

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User Review  - vnovak - LibraryThing

This is easily one of the most depressing books I've read. Michael Paul Mason is a brain injury case manager and tells the stories of many people with severe brain injuries. It's shocking how little ... Read full review

Head cases: stories of brain injury and its aftermath

User Review  - Not Available - Book Verdict

Brain injuries are too common, with as many as 5.3 million Americans-two percent of the population-living with a disability resulting from a head injury. Through 12 narratives of traumatic brain ... Read full review

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This book surpassed all expectations I had of it. The book is intriguing and although it is very sad at it does off some hope. It offers great insight into the healthcare system of the United States for patients with Traumatic brain injury through a story book style. I would recommend this book to anyone! 

Review: Head Cases: Stories of Brain Injury and Its Aftermath

User Review  - Laurel - Goodreads

Well-written and eye-opening, Head Cases is a collection of tales from the life and desk of a brain injury caseworker. Readers learn just how limited survivors' resources are. It's sad, but not a ... Read full review

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