TBI survivor Emma Kenyon participates in graduation at Bloomsburg University

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The inspiring Mechanicsburg woman ABC27 told you about a couple of weeks ago participated in graduation at Bloomsburg University Saturday. 

It was the first time traumatic brain injury survivor Emma Kenyon was able to leave the hospital for something besides physical therapy, since she was in a car crash in February. 

Family says the 22-year-old, who was in a coma for a month, is making incredible progress. 

Kenyon is determined to achieve her dream of becoming a teacher. She is expected to leave the hospital and transition to outpatient therapy Thursday.

Click here for the website to donate to help Emma through her recovery.

Click here to track Emma’s weekly progress and buy a bracelet.

Here is the link to our original story on Kenyon: http://www.abc27.com/news/inspiring-22-year-old-recovering-from-traumatic-brain-injury-attending-college-graduation/1149228113

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