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Caregiving the Caregiver: Five Ways to Help a Friend
I have learned some valuable lessons about watching a dear and loving friend experience a traumatic event and who ultimately became a caregiver without warning.  Here are five lessons that I learned while trying to help.

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Being Strict with Return-to-Play Guidelines
An athlete should never be returned to play after a concussion until all symptoms have been resolved and he or she has been cleared by a licensed provider.

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Anger: Managing Intense Emotions
Why is anger so hard to handle after TBI?

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A Book for Non-Believers
This book presents an enlightening array of personal accounts that illustrate the various ways that concussions have impacted people, families, and communities. I found all of them enlightening but, due to space, can only reveal a few quotes that stood out to me...

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The Anatomy Brain Trauma, Concussion, and Coma
Learn about the anatomy of different brain traumas.

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Concussion Symptoms in Children & Babies
What are the symptoms of concussion? Find out what the common symptoms of concussion are, when to go to the hospital, and tips for healing.

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Traumatic Brain Injury: A Lifetime of Recovery
I am a very average “TBI Guy.” I have ongoing memory challenges. Word-finding challenges and aphasia are my constant companions. Add a splash of vertigo and half a cup of tinnitus and you have the perfect recipe for a pretty average post-concussive life. And amazingly, today I am okay...

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TBI News

What is CTE?
...The Washington Post, May 18, 2017

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