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Kara was growing up and thinking about the future. She would tell us, "I want my own life. I want my own house when I grow up." So I began going to conferences that focused on people with disabilities and became intrigued with technology. As Kara grew into young adulthood, technology became the key that would open the door to her independent life.
Brain injuries can change one's ability to organize and plan, get started on tasks or activities, and remember dates, times, or how to do things. There are many tools that can be used to compensate for these changes. What's in your TBI Toolbox?
People with brain injury can have problems with accessibility. They can run into countless obstacles — from websites that don’t take into account someone with vision problems or memory problems to buildings without wheelchair access. Here's what you need to know.
Approaches that bridge the basic neuroscience of neural-cognitive functioning with the practical realities of clinical rehabilitation are valuable for intervention development, potentially opening the way for therapies that target biological systems and synergistically augment the specific effects of training.