In her academic pursuits, Melissa Meade, has studied communication, learned a second language and examined how the brain processes language.
As a result, she had a pretty good idea why she lost the ability to speak after a series of strokes in 2007 at just 30 years old.
In spite of the brain trauma she suffered, Meade is now working toward her doctoral degree in media and communication from the Temple University School of Media and Communication.
The irony of the endeavor isn’t lost on her.
“They experience of losing all ability to communicate brings a very humbling aspect to … Read more »