The following video provides a glimpse into one person’s journey from brain injury to the stage of Britian’s Got Talent. As you watch the video, keep in mind that the singer’s journey does not represent the baseline against which you should measure your recovery. There are many factors that influence the speed with which you can progress in your journey to recovery.
After receiving a standing ovation from the Britain’s Got Talent audience and high praise from the judges, Aliki Chrysochou was given another opportunity to sing in the contest.
Please share your comments and responses on the blog.
- What is your favorite song?
- What is your post-injury talent?
- How do you feel after hearing the brief story of Aliki Chrysochou?
- What is your passion?
- What is stopping you from reaching your goals?
- How may I help?
Thanks to Aliki Chrysochou for sharing her journey, Wikipedia for describing chronic focal encephalitis (a.k.a. Rasmussen’s encephalitis), Britain’s Got Talent for sharing the story with a wider audience, YouTube for hosting the video, Evanescence for creating the music and lyrics that are used in the first video, and all the people who made it possible for me to include the picture, text, and video in this post.