My Story: Lee Ann Hannaford

I just want to be very honest because maybe people like me can listen to my story and let them know that it’s going to get better.

When I was two years old I was hit in the head with a baseball bat. I got kicked out of my school. Then I came home and I started going to pysch hospitals, and that’s where I’ve been ever since. This is the first time that I’ve ever been anywhere that’s not psych and I enjoy it.

I only have to one staff per shift and they are there for me if I have a rough day or if I need something I can just talk to them. They take me to places I need to go.

Watch a video about how Lee Ann’s life has changed since working with Goodwill of Western and Northern Connecticut’s (Bridgeport) Acquired Brain Injury Program.

2 comments on “My Story: Lee Ann Hannaford
  1. Hello,

    I am a freshman at the Shelton High School and I need to complete community
    service hours. I am curious to see what I would be able to do if I were to
    volunteer my time here. Please inform me on any activities or jobs you have
    to offer and if there are anythings you would need done in particular.

    Thank you,
    Max Klein

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