Riding For Resilience To Help Others After TBI
Recovery from a TBI involves personal commitment and a tremendous amount of time, along with contributions from family and friends. The most important part in most of these cases begins with caregivers – whom I consider angels.
What Is TBI Rehabilitation Really Like?
Ron Broughton of Brookhaven Hospital talks about moving away from standardized rehab treatments for people with TBI and focusing on a truly individualized model.
My Two Life-Sustaining Questions
In the blink of an eye for our sons, and with an unwelcomed knock on our door for my husband and me, our family changed in a way that we could not even begin to comprehend.
How Best to Deal with Professionals Following Brain Injury
Get the most from your legal and medical appointments.
What You Need to Know: Symptoms of Concussion
The signs and symptoms of concussion are evident soon after the traumatic event, while you may only become aware of others days or weeks later.
Drawing the Line
When to stay? When to go? When to get professional help? These are some of the hardest questions we will face in our post-TBI lives. These are gut-wrenching decisions to make. I know that not only from my own experience, but from the network of caregivers I communicate with everyday.