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November 19, 2020 - Jason & Mo: The Story Behind BIAWA’s Brain Ride



Jason Donaldson lost his mom, Mo, to a traumatic brain injury ten years ago. Before Mo passed, Jason experienced what something many families go through: he felt like there was no information at a time when he desperately needed answers. In this episode of Brain Injury Today, Jason speaks with Deborah Crawley about how he got connected to the Brain Injury Alliance of Washington and used his passion for bike riding to raise awareness about brain injury around the state and keep Mo’s memory alive.

Brain Injury Today is the official podcast of the Brain Injury Alliance of Washington. Hosted by BIAWA Executive Director Deborah Crawley, the show brings listeners inspiring conversations with survivors, researchers, counselors, caretakers and more, in an effort to strengthen connections within the brain injury community. In this episode, Deborah speaks with Jason Donaldson, who started the BIAWA Brain Ride after losing his mother to traumatic brain injury.

If you want to get in touch with Jason, reach out at ottostm@protonmail.com

For more resources related to traumatic brain injury visit:

Brain Injury Today Podcast

Brain Injury Alliance of Washington

The Pooled Alliance Community Trusts

Brain Injury Art Show

This episode of Brain Injury Today is sponsored by Brothers & Henderson Law, was produced and edited by goal17media.com and is available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or Spotify.






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