About The Book
Allison, a retired music teacher and lifelong musician, was advised in 2011 that she had a “giant” brain aneurysm, after experiencing olfactory hallucinations. In a twelve hour operation the aneurysm was “clipped”. Following surgery Allison had severe cognitive and physical deficits. This is the story of Allison’s remarkable recovery.
"I highly recommend this book to allied health care professionals, doctors, nurses, students and all those who have endured loss and grief. It is a masterfully written narrative that gives readers both personal and professional accounts of surviving a challenging diagnosis. It will leave you inspired, motivated and moved."
Amy Clements-Cortes, PhD, MTA, MT-BC, FAMI Managing Editor, Music and Medicine