my friend has suffered a tbi. i go see him everyday b4 work and sit with him for 2-3 hours. it's so hard and heartbreaking b/c he has such a hard time remembering yesterday. i hate leaving him but i have to work. it breaks my heart when i walk past his room and just see him laying there staring at the ceiling, so sad. when i see him and ask if he's having a good day, he says no i am here! his sister has him in a nursing home, and he is not getting any of his needs met. i want to eventually bring him home with me. i don't know if his sister will go for it, but he needs someone to invest their time with him, or i fear he will never recover the way he should. it's been 5 yrs but do to the lack of communication with the outside he has regressed! can someone just give me any advice on how to help him? i appreciate everyone on here!!!!!!!
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