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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Personal Stories & Blogs

Mike Strand
A Simple Life Courtesy of Brain Injury
In one fell swoop, about as fell as swoops can get, all those hopes and dreams were off the table. Like most people who have suffered an accident like this, I eventually became depressed. I didn’t want to live half a life.

Expert Q&A

Jeanne  Dise-Lewis
Child Clinical Psychologist
Question:

My grandson is 11 years old; he sustained a TBI when he was 6. Lately, he gets very angry for no apparent reason and is physically abusive — pinching and kicking, and hair pulling. Maybe some of this behavior can be attributed to puberty, but what would be the best way to deal with it? Why is this behavior surfacing now, five years after his injury?