Many people have sustained a concussion and walked away only to later find that their lives are somehow different after the injury. They may not realize that their changes in mood, behavior, and thinking abilities may have been altered by TBI. Because these invisible impairments tend to go undetected, they can often plague a person's life for weeks, months, or even years.
After a brain injury occurs, a number of cognitive symptoms can occur right away, while others can arise long after the injury.
Pediatric Cognitive Rehabilitation and School
Hospital Executive Amy Mansue talks about her pediatric cognitive rehab program that is set up like a school to help a child with TBI deal with issues like frustration in addition to regular academic work.
Making a Difference #8: Communication
Communication can often be challenging for people with TBI. Learn strategies that help.
Psychiatric Issues After Brain Injury
Learning patience and acceptance of self after a TBI can be incredibly painful. It takes time and fortitude.
Dr. Tedd Judd Talks About Errorless Learning After Brain Injury
What exactly is this teaching tool used for people with TBI?
The Connection Between TBI and Neurodegenerative Diseases
What's the differences between traumatic brain injury and neurodegenerative diseases?
Neurologist James Kelly and NHL Great Pat LaFontaine: Neuropsychology Test
See what kinds of skills are involved.
Neurologist James Kelly and NHL Great Pat LaFontaine: Cranial Nerve Test
Watch what this test entails.
Michael Paul Mason Talks About Partial Death Syndrome
BrainLine talks with Michael Paul Mason about partial death syndrome and the spiritual nature of brain injury.