No Such Thing as Fair
In the world of brain injury, the closest we will ever get to fairness is achieving balance. Some days you get what you need and other days you don’t.
Flat Affect and Brain Injury
A brain injury can sometimes limit a person’s ability to express emotions — temporarily or permanently.
When Caregivers Respond
Here’s a question well worth exploring for caregivers: Am I reacting to daily events as if in crisis mode or am I responding? After the chaos of the first days and weeks of TBI, there’s much to be done; and a lot can be at stake if things are not properly handled as time goes by.
Blogs, Wikis, and Text Messaging: What are the Implications for Students with Learning Disabilities
Using modern innovations to help with school work and life.
The Importance of Rest
Learn how to diminish stress and fatigue after a TBI.
Caregiving and TBI: What You Need to Know
Ideas and strategies for people caring for a loved one with TBI.
Teens Talking to Teens
Meet Sabrina — a teen talking to other teens about her experience after brain injury.