Education in Your Community: Getting Involved in the Brain Injury Discussion

Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are a serious health problem in the population at large – each year, nearly 1.7 million […] Read More

Patients’ False Fears About Traumatic Brain Injury

There are a lot of myths and false fears circulating about traumatic brain injuries (TBIs). When people experience a TBI […] Read More

Why Sharing Your Story is Therapeutic

Many traumatic brain injury (TBI) survivors feel cut off from their family and peers. They have experienced a trauma that […] Read More

Celebrities That Support TBI Prevention and Research

Celebrities may seem as if they have the perfect lives, but underneath the glitz and the glamour, there are quite […] Read More

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