Michael Paul Mason Talks About Brain Injury Case Management

BrainLine got the chance to catch up with Michael Paul Mason about his role as a brain injury case manager and writer and talked with him about being a case manager and his experience finding resources for his clients.

Posted on BrainLine December 1, 2008.

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I would love to know what type of education or certification I would need to become a brain injury case manager.

I hope you find the answer you’re looking for. I have TBI and we need more people in our corner.
There are so many people that are undiagnosed as well that are in the system for other issues that haven't been narrowed down to TBI.
Michael was great I was on the Brain Injury association of Oklahoma for a small time.
He’s understanding was very helpful for me. He listened and those with TBI feel unheard.
Best of luck on your journey.

Thank you to Michael Paul Mason. I read his book. It is so helpful to know you are not alone when battling a brain injury and that someone does care. The lack of care available is extremely discouraging, depressing, and frustrating. His book is a glimmer of hope. Thank you!