WILMINGTON, MA — Watch the latest episode of “Access Abilities,” a new show on Wilmington Community Television to highlight residents with disabilities and their inspirational stories.
In the latest episode, host Dr. Dee Genetti interviews Tammy McLeod, who discusses ambiguous loss. McLeod’s son Zach suffered a life-altering traumatic brain injury from a football game at 16 years old. She and her husband wrote a book about their ordeal, Hit Hard: One Family’s Journey of Letting Go of What Was–and Learning to Live Well with What Is.
Watch the 30-minute show, courtesy of Wilmington Community Television, below:
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