Finding Local Resources for Your TBI Recovery

When you or someone you know has a traumatic brain injury (TBI), it may seem like no one out there […] Read More

The Importance of Supporters Alongside Survivors of TBI

If a close friend or family member has a traumatic brain injury (TBI), then he or she will be depending […] Read More

Top Tips for Starting Your Own Support Group

Support groups are an excellent way for traumatic brain injury survivors and their caretakers or family to share their journeys […] Read More

What is an Acquired Brain Injury?

There are two conversations happening simultaneously in the brain injury community. The first and foremost conversation is obviously that of […] Read More

What Are My Medical Rights After the TBI?

If you have suffered a TBI, you may be wondering what your medical rights are. Do you have the ability […] Read More

The Differences Between a TBI and an ABI

When you or a loved one has been diagnosed with a brain injury, you will likely spend hours on the […] Read More

The CDC on Traumatic Brain Injuries: Education Courses for All

While traumatic brain injuries occur frequently, many people don’t know much about the symptoms or consequences of having a TBI. […] Read More

Words of Encouragement That TBI Patients Actually Want to Hear

Too often in the traumatic brain injury community, our peers and family want to be supportive but are going about […] Read More

Depression and TBI

There are many long-term side effects that people suffer when they have a traumatic brain injury. People know that headaches, […] Read More

How Does a Physician Test for TBI?

Due to the variable symptoms of a traumatic brain injury, it can be hard to assess whether you have a […] Read More