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Scott Maloney

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On September 18, 2004, Scott’s life was changed forever. What was to be a typical Friday night on his college campus turned into a nightmare far too many young college students and their families are now enduring. The news reports are full of them, many colleges are even trying to minimize their occurrences, but the tragedies and the fatalities are overwhelming.
…Scott was rushed to the emergency room after taking a fall from his rooftop after a night of drinking. His parents were told to say good-bye to their son, that there was no hope, that their son had suffered a traumatic brain injury. But through the miracles of modern medicine, prayer and determination, Scott has recovered. After months in the hospital and more than two years of physical therapy, Scott is ready to tell his story and perhaps make a difference.

Scott is able to talk to students, with ease and professionalism, but more than that with a sense of sincerity and conviction that cannot be faked. His ability to relate to young students is due to his age (25), his experience and his sincere desire to save if only one soul from the fate he has endured.

Mr. Maloney’s at times hilarious and at times tear-jerking presentation has been earning him laughs and tears throughout all of New England. His ability to deliver his message is in a way that only someone with his sense of humor and someone with his own personal experiences could convey.

Being among the hundreds of TBI (traumatic brain injury) survivors in the country there is one thing that makes Scott’s story unique and that is, his recovery, which is close to 100% and getting closer everyday.

Scott was determined to run the Boston Marathon for a final time in 2007. He ran it through his first three years of college. He was in a wheelchair during the 2005 race and was not able to run in 2006 so on April 16th, 2007 Scott laced up his running shoes for a last time as he ran the Boston Marathon alongside his Father and three of his closest friends.

As a 2001 graduate of King Philip Regional High School in Wrentham, MA and a 2005 graduate of Becker College, located in Worcester, MA. Mr. Maloney has begun a career in public speaking. He has addressed students at both high school and collegiate levels individually touching the lives of young people.

Scott is the second of five children who grew up in a small town south of Boston. He credits his loving and closely-knit family, the medical professionals that saved his life during those critical hours and his life-long friendships as the reason for his recovery.