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Organization set up to provide help and raise money for those in with traumatic brain injuries

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Maddie’s Story

Growing up in Westwood, MA, Madeleine (“Maddie” Walter excelled in sports and athletics and was known for always giving 100% effort. As a junior in high school, she was part of the starting line of the top lacrosse team in the state and the Captain of her field hockey team.

On the evening of May 8th, 2015 she ran off a cliff in the woods and fell about 30 feet and landed on the rocks below. Sustaining multiple broken bones in her body, and a severe and extensive brain injury, Maddie remained in a coma for two weeks at Children’s Hospital in Boston and was subsequently transferred to Spaulding Rehabilitation in Charlestown, MA where her recovery journey began.

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