TBI Basics: What you need to know about brain injury. Start here

TBI Basics

What you need to know about brain injury

Start here

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Making Tough Decisions Easier

My son’s brain injury has taught me over and over again that I often have little control over life’s circumstances. But that does not mean I throw caution to the wind. Here are a few things we've learned regarding legalities and Taylor's ongoing care and future.

Expert Q&A

Janet Brown
Speech-Language Pathologist
Question:

Nine months ago, I fell and hit my head on a concrete floor. I was checked out at the ER, diagnosed with a "mild concussion" and sent home. Although my injury was “mild,” I continue to have speech problems — a slight lisp or stutter, loss of finding words, and often a delay in the flow of my speech. Some days are better than others. Where should I go from here?