TBI and PTSD can be hard to treat, especially when they co-occur. We've gathered information about what PTSD is, what happens when TBI and PTSD co-occur, how TBI and PTSD can affect veterans and their families, and what kind of treatments are most effective.
Managing symptoms can be a daily challenge if you’re recovering from a brain injury. Here are some ideas and best practices for coping with a wide range of symptoms—dizziness, sleep problems, headaches, hearing loss, blurred vision, memory issues, depression, and more.
Are you caring for a service member or veteran who’s recovering from TBI or PTSD? Caregivers play an indispensable role in helping injured veterans to recover more fully and to lead better lives. But caregiving is also an incredibly demanding job. We’ve gathered information about navigating this journey and finding support along the way.
Finding the right job is never easy, especially when you are moving from the military to the civilian world. Living with the symptoms of TBI can add extra stress to that transition. The information and resources here can help you find and succeed in a job.
Does the idea of transitioning from military life to the rigors of school or college seem challenging — especially with symptoms from a traumatic brain injury? We have gathered information and resources about how to successfully enroll in or return to school or college.
Not everyone who serves comes home. Not all who return come home intact. Visible and invisible wounds change families, sometimes adding challenges, other times opening doors that may not have before existed, oftentimes both.
We feature stories from people who have sustained a brain injury and who are doing their best to put their lives back together. We also hear from caregivers who share their experiences as they take care of the person they love and try to find the best in every day.