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Facts About Concussion and Brain Injury

A concussion is a mild form of traumatic brain injury (TBI) caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to the head. Concussions can also occur from a fall or a blow to the body .... the brain to heal. You'll need to be patient because healing takes time. Only when the symptoms have reduced significantly, in consultation with your doctor, ...

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Traumatic Brain Injury: A Guide for Patients

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) occurs when a sudden trauma, such as a blow or jolt to the head, ... We don't know for sure because a number of cases go ... the rest you need. If your symptoms get worse, or if you notice new post-concussion symptoms, this is a sign that you are pushing yourself too hard. Ignoring your ...

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Moderate-to-Severe Manual (English)2 (2) (Read-Only)

injury. However, some symptoms may be long-lasting. Knowing what to expect after a moderate-to-severe traumatic brain injury can be helpful. This manual gives you lots of tools to help you deal with some problems you might have. Information about where to go for help is also included. Jason Ferguson, a TBI survivor, ...

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Traumatic Brain Injury and Suicide

“I think it took a while before I realized, and then when I started thinking about things and realizing that I was going to be like this for the rest of my life, it gives me a really down feeling and it makes me think like—why should I be around like this for the rest of my life?” - TBI Survivor. Information and resources for clinicians.

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How Memory Affects Sense of Self: Stories of Traumatic Brain Injury

For many traumatic brain injury (TBI) survivors, thinking about who they are ... survivors can explore how they can recreate sense of self in the midst of memories ..... He just “kind of woke up in bed and it's not like I didn't really have any questions because, I mean, I was like an infant so you don't really have a question, like ...

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TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY SURVIVAL GUIDE

I would also like to continue copying the book and giving to people who do not have access to the Internet. If you have $5 (cash or check in US currency), send it to .... who have head injuries, only 10 to 15 percent had “positive” CT Scans or. MRI findings. By the way, a "positive" in the medical business is NOT a good thing.

TBI-Survival-Guide.pdf

The Missouri Greenbook Living with Brain Injury

As a survivor for over 10 years,. I experience continual ... The authors would like to acknowledge the following publications from which information was used in the creation of ... You have probably received this publication because you or someone you care about has suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI). You are not alone.

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TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY: A PRIMER

Jan 30, 2014 ... TBI. INFORMATION FOR TBI SURVIVORS, MENTORS & CAREGIVERS. This pamphlet furnishes general information on Traumatic Brain Injury to assist in ... cerebrum and it controls things like thoughts and actions. ..... Just because one is diagnosed with a “MILD TBI” does not mean they have a mild.

TBI-PRIMER-INFO-for-Survivors-and-Caregivers-30-January-2014.pdf

HEAD INJURY

(Web Site) www.tbiguide.com. I need your help. If any of this information is helpful to you, I am asking for a small donation. The donation will help support my web site (I have to ... Nearly all of the survivors of a traumatic head injury and their families with whom .... So the blood begins to press on softer things--like brain tissue.

ABI Manual Module IX - A Guide for the Consumer with ABI and HisHer Family.pdf

experiences and expectations of a newly established traumatic brain

Sep 21, 2017 ... After TBI, patients frequently have a wide range of cognitive, psychiatric and social pro- blems [4,9,10]. Thus, the rehabilitation process can last from .... and prognosis, and related the traumatic brain injury to a limb injury. 'I need information to say: You can expect that. Like for my hand. I know for the next six ...

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self-therapy for traumatic brain injury: teaching yourself to prevent

At the Crossroads of Recovery. 13. Cheat sheet for watching for head-injured moments. 14 9. Step Two: Taking Control of My Life--The Action Window. 15 10. Keeping Appointments and .... book can help you only if you are open to learning things about yourself that you don't already know. If you happen to have a brain ...

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HOW TBI

Whether you are a formal or informal caregiver, it is critical for you to always be mindful that a person who has a brain injury is first and foremost, a person. Because there may be many things that the person with a TBI can no longer do, or needs help, guidance, and support to accomplish, it is very easy to focus on the ...

TBI_video_workbook22713.pdf

Brain Injury Handbook A Resource Guide for Employers.pub

The Brain Injury. Handbook: A Resource Guide for Employers. I tripped and hit my head. I was assaulted leaving work. I was hit by a drunk driver. I sustained a blast injury in. Iraq. ... What Are Acquired and Traumatic Brain Injuries? ..... Can an Employer Ask an Employee with ABI/TBI to Submit to a Medical Examination?

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Traumatic Brain Injury: A Guide for Caregivers of Service Members

a family caregiver to a service member who has a serious traumatic brain injury ( TBI). The information in this Guide will help you cope with your new role as ... years post-injury. I wish I would have had somebody like that come up to me and just put their arms around me and say,. 'You know what? Any question you need to ...

DVBICFamilyCaregiverCurriculum_Full.pdf

SAIL Manual For Self-Advocacy

After a brain injury, you may find that you need things in your life that you never needed before. For example, you may find that you need help with transportation, or need legal assistance. You can find this information in Section 4. The format used for this workbook was recommended by people with brain injuries. The pages ...

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TBI HOPE Magazine -January 2017

Because you are a brain-injury survivor, I am sure there are many goals you would like to accomplish. Make new resolutions. (It doesn't have to be a new year .) And, mix it up. If you are not seeing the progress you want - for whatever reason , choose something else to work on. You can always come back and try again later.

January2017.pdf

The Rehabilitation Reader Traumatic Brain Injury Issue Winter 2008

severe traumatic brain injury. (TBI) in 2004. In many ways, Stone embodies the struggle of the typical young col- lege student who recently discov- ers the pros and cons of life on one's own. ―I'm living in my own house, but I have to clean up and be responsi- ble,‖ she says. ―I have a 10-page paper for my history class ...

TBI-rehab-reader.pdf

BIAW NEWS

Brain Injury Alliance chapters in 18 states have picked up on Purple. Thursdays. The idea started at the BIAW. • If you would like someone from the BIAW to visit your support group or event, call us at 262-790-9660. The one thing the BIAW could still use is your help! If you can make a financial donation, volunteer to assist ...

NewsletterSpring2017_PRT.pdf

Brain Injury: A Guide for Employers - MC1298

have sustained brain injuries thrive in the workplace, contact the Mayo Clinic Brain ... Mild traumatic brain injury (disturbance of brain function resulting from an ..... Does not appear make it brief” or announce to adjust that you would like to speak. communication style or behavior for the Ask about the employee's situation.

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BRAIN INJURY

that is widely unrecognized and unknown. It is estimated that approximately 1 in 10 individuals will have their life touched by a brain injury. Brain injury not only affects the identified patient, but also the family, friends, and com- munity of the injured individ- ual. There are two types of brain injury.A Traumatic Brain. Injury ( TBI) ...

BrainInjury.pdf