Learn more about traumatic brain injury by reading these informative fact sheets and InfoComics created through a collaboration between the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center and the TBI Model Systems.
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Traumatic Brain Injury Educational Materials for Patients & Families
Part 1 - What happens to the brain during injury and in the early stages of recovery?
Part 2 - Brain injury impact on individual’s functioning
Part 3 - The Recovery Process
Part 4 - The impact of a recent TBI on family members and what they can do to help with recovery
Life After TBI Fact Sheets and InfoComics
Alcohol Use After TBI
Cognitive Problems After TBI
Depression After TBI
Driving After TBI
Emotional Problems After TBI
Fatigue and TBI
Headaches After TBI
Loss of Smell or Taste After TBI
Memory and TBI
Returning to School After TBI
Seizures After TBI
Sexuality After TBI
Sleep and TBI
Spasticity and TBI
Social Skills and TBI
TBI and Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation
Vision Problems After TBI
Facts About the Vegetative and Minimally Conscious States After Severe Brain Injury
College Student with TBI
In collaboration with Mary Kennedy, PhD, we compiled this Tip Sheet for College Disability Specialists and educators to help them work more effectively with college students who have executive function deficits due to traumatic brain injury. The tip sheet explains the unique challenges experienced by students with TBI in a college environment and spells out strategies for helping them to succeed.
Understanding TBI InfoComic Series