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         Brain Injury:     more books (100)
  1. Brain Injury Survival Kit: 365 Tips, Tools and Tricks to Deal with Cognitive Function Loss by Cheryle Sullivan, 2008-09-01
  2. Coping with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury by Diane Roberts Stoler, 1997-11-01
  3. Living with Brain Injury: A Guide for Families, Second Edition by Richard C Senelick, Karla Dougherty, 2001-12-14
  4. The Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Workbook: Your Program for Regaining Cognitive Function & Overcoming Emotional Pain (New Harbinger Self-Help Workbook) by Douglas J. Mason, 2004-11
  5. Successfully Surviving a Brain Injury: A Family Guidebook, From the Emergency Room to Selecting a Rehabilitation Facility by Garry Prowe, 2010-01-21
  6. Brain Injury Survivor's Guide: Welcome to Our World by Larry Jameson, Beth Jameson, 2007-11-30
  7. Mindstorms: Living with Traumatic Brain Injury by John W. Cassidy MD, 2009-06-23
  8. The Brain Injury Workbook: Exercises for Cognitive Rehabilitation by Trevor Powell, Kit Malia, 1999-01-01
  9. Head Cases: Stories of Brain Injury and Its Aftermath by Michael Paul Mason, 2009-04-28
  10. Confronting Traumatic Brain Injury : Devastation, Hope, and Healing by Professor William J. Winslade, 1999-11-10
  11. Realistic Hope: Aspirations for Survivors of Traumatic Brain Injury by Mark Palmer, 2009-08-31
  12. Traumatic Brain Injury: Rehabilitation, Treatment, and Case Management, Third Edition
  13. Brain Injury Medicine: Principles and Practice by Nathan Zasler, 2006-10-15
  14. Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Postconcussion Syndrome: The New Evidence Base for Diagnosis and Treatment (Aacn Workshop Series) by Michael A. McCrea, 2007-09-20

1. Brain Injury Association Of America
Promotes awareness, understanding and prevention of brain injury through education, advocacy, research Category Health Conditions and Diseases Organizations......Creating a better future through brain injury prevention,research, education and advocacy.

2. National Resource Center On Traumatic Brain Injury
Providing information for professionals, persons with brain injury, and family members. Also developing intervention programs, and assessment tools.
Welcome to the National Resource Center on Traumatic Brain Injury This page uses frames, but your browser doesn't support them. or Navigator at Thank you very much for visiting the National Resource Center on Traumatic Brain Injury

brain injury Awareness M onth Since 1986, the Ontario brain injury Association has been committed to enhancing the quality of life for those living with an acquired brain injury. Caregiver Information Support Link. Acquired. brain injury Awareness M onth
Caregiver Information Support Link.
Acquired Brain Injury Awareness M onth Project Headgear
Stats, Facts and Other Resources about Injury Awareness

Training Opportunities in Community Based Rehabilitation
Book Store
Links to brain injury sites and resources available from OBIA
OBIA Review
OBIA's Newsletter
Conference Calendar
Conference Calendar
On-line Donation About OBIA Since 1986, the Ontario Brain Injury Association has been committed to enhancing the quality of life for those living with an acquired brain injury. Features Project Headgear Update OBIA is pleased to announce a major update to the Project Headgear page of The section has been redesigned and expanded to include information on injury occurrence in Ontario, as well as incidence and prevalence data. Additionally, we have added links to research articles from leading journals and authors dealing with the prevention and occurrence of acquired brain injury. Finally, we have also included links to educational resources aimed primarily at teachers and students. Our goal is to make Project Headgear a reliable and useful source of information about the brain, how it works, and why its important to protect it. Please let us know what you think! Send your comments to:

4. Brain Injury Resource Center
survivor.It was from this unique perspective that he built his firm into one of the nation's leading brain injury law firms.
Seminar Tool Kit News Sponsor ... Contact Us Brain
Center A service of Head Injury Hotline Providing Difficult to Find Information about Head Injury Since 1985 Youth Soccer Warning! Our head injury survival guidebook
From The Ashes
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on Super Bowl XXXIV Scams Translate this site About this site About Us ... Sponsorship Information Our Medical Advisors
Hugh R. MacMahon, MD
Neurology, Sea, WA Bill Levinger, MD
Emergency Medicine,
Pain Management

and, head injury survivor
Bosie, Idaho Our Services: In Memory of 9/11/01 Hats off to Melinda Bowen, Founder In memory of 24-year-old, football player Curtis Williams University of Washington 'Husky" Seattle, WA In memory of 17-year-old, football player Matt Colby, Costa Mesa High School, Costa Mesa, CA Special Thanks to the Trench Family Medina, WA In celebration of 09/11/01- Pentagon bombing Survivor Wolesha Parker Create A Memorial Headline News Mailing List Hero Award Michael Nelson, founder of one of the law firms that sponsored this page, is a head injury survivor.It was from this unique perspective that he built his firm into one of the nation's leading brain injury law firms. Attorneys At Law Learn About Brain Injury B rain Injury Types Brain Injury Facts Brain Injury Checklist ... Donate that Car

5. Traumatic Brain Injury Resource Guide
The brain injury page is a resource for brain injured persons and their caregivers and loved ones to find information and links about brain injury. Brought to you by the brain injury Law Office.

6. The Perspectives Network On-Line
Nonprofit organization founded by a survivor of acquired brain injury offers services to assist survivors and professionals.
The Perspectives Network, Inc.'s primary focus is positive communication between persons with brain injury, family members/ caregivers/friends of persons with brain injury, those many professionals who treat persons with brain injury and community members in order to create positive changes and enhance public awareness and knowledge of acquired/traumatic brain injury.
    Mailing Address: P. O. Box 121012, W. Melbourne FL 32912-1012
    E-Mail Address:
    URL Address:
This site was designed to be viewed with Microsoft Explorer. The font style is Times New Roman and the font size is 14. If you have your browser set to other specfications or if you use some other browser, the layout may not be quite the same but the site will certainly be useable.
    This is an excellent resource for persons who are not fluent in English and want to be able to use this site. It also works in the reverse manner so that you can utilize sites that are not created in English. You will need the exact URL for the page you are wanting to translate. You can copy that off the URL bar of your browser. This translator will then go to that URL and translate the page into either French, German, Italian, Portugese or Spanish depending on which language you select.
    Written by the founder of The Perspectives Network, this identification card helped out in situations where people mistook many of the symptoms of her TBI for intoxification or other similarly expressed conditions (including mental illness since she does become disoriented in certain stressful situation). What started out as a person tool was made available to other survivors because of the volume of requests she had to share it. It has been carried by survivors in the U.S., Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia and South Africa.

7. Traumatic Brain Injury
Information, for survivors and their families, provided on the honor system from Clinical Neuropsychologist Dr. Glen Johnson. Topics include signs of a brain injury, coping with common problems, and dealing with doctors.
Dr. Glen Johnson
Clinical Neuropsychologist Clinical Director of the Neuro-Recovery Head Injury Program
5123 North Royal Drive, Traverse City, MI 49684
Nearly all of the survivors of a traumatic head injury and their families with whom I have worked have had one complaint: There is nothing written that explains head injury in clear, easy to understand language. Most say the available material is too medical or too difficult to read. The goal of this online book is to better prepare the head injured person and family for the long road ahead. See our Table of Contents below. PUBLICATION HISTORY
This online book came from materials that I wrote for my patients and their family members. I basically used a copy machine and gave copies away for free. This book became very popular and over a thousand copies have been given out. It costs about $6 to copy the book another $3 to $4 to mail to people. The costs and time to send the books got out of hand. I decided not to publish the book. Few people would have access to the material and I would not be able to "update" or improve the material easily. Using the Internet, anyone with a computer could access this information. It is my sincere hope that the Internet version of my book would help the greatest number of people. Go to each chapter heading and click on it. Use your web browser to print any information that you find helpful. There is no charge for the information you copy.

8. Rehabilitation Research Center For TBI & SCI
Home page for the federallyfunded spinal cord injury and traumatic brain injury model system projects.
The Rehabilitation Research Center (RRC) for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) conducts research to better understand and improve outcomes after TBI and SCI. Outcomes studied include the functional, vocational, and life satisfaction areas that are important to people with and without disabilities. The RRC strives to meet the needs of injured persons and their families for information, education, and support. The RRC is located at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center in San Jose, California. It is funded through grants from the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, US Department of Education. This website contains information on the activities of the RRC as well as a large collection of easily accessible online resources, including resource guides, educational materials, newsletters, and bulletin boards. See you inside!

9. Brain Injury Glossary
Medical vocabulary associated with brain injuries.
About Brain Injury A Glossary of Terms Click on a letter to access terms or click the "on" button to browse entire glossary. A B C D ... W Or Go To: Intracranial Pressure Understanding Coma Rancho Los Amigos Scale/ The Levels of Coma Objectives of Neurosurgery ... A Guide to Brain Anatomy E-mail to: For legal questions call toll free: 1-800-992-9447 We are not medical professionals, however we encourage your inquiries regarding both legal issues and information on futher resources. Phone and email inquiries will be received by the staff of the Brain Injury Law Office, including Attorney Gordon S. Johnson, Jr.

10. Virtual Hospital: Acute Brain Injury - A Guide For Family And Friends
Acute brain injury A Guide for Family and Friends The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics Peer Review Status Internally Peer Reviewed Creation Date June 1995 Last Revision Date July 2000 Credits Table of Contents Spanish version Trauma
Acute Brain Injury - A Guide for Family and Friends
The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics
Peer Review Status: Internally Peer Reviewed
Creation Date: June 1995
Last Revision Date: July 2000
Table of Contents Introduction
This site's Awards, Comments and Reviews
... Index of Terms See related Patient Textbooks about Neurosurgery See related Patient Topics Brain and Nervous System Brain Diseases Head and Brain Injuries Injuries and Wounds or Neurosurgery See related Provider Textbooks about Neurosurgery See related Provider Topics Brain and Nervous System Brain Diseases Head and Brain Injuries Injuries and Wounds or Neurosurgery Virtual Hospital Home Virtual Children's Hospital Home Site Map ... UI Health Care Home

11. Brain Injury Association Of Connecticut
A notfor-profit Connecticut agency which promotes education, advocacy, and services for individuals with traumatic brain injury.
BIA Home About Us Education and Resources Newsletter Calendar Mission Statement Board Members Staff Membership Providers Council Volunteer Opportunities Support Groups Recreational Opportunities Statistics Resources Book Store Newsletter Calendar Calendar Legislation Contact Your State Representative Page #1-1-1 Page #1-1-2 Page #1-1-3 The BIA of Connecticut Inc is a Chapter Affiliate
of the Brain Injury Association of America
Supporting Persons with Brain Injury
and their Family Members through
Information and Resources
Supportive Counseling Education and Advocacy.

12. Headway - The Brain Injury Association
Charity providing information, support and services to people who have suffered a head injury, their family and carers. Detailed information available online.
Site Map Contact us How you can help Information ... Company Support Home Select area Homepage About us Latest News Contact us Search Information
Headway Our aim is to promote understanding of all aspects of brain injury; and to provide information, support and services to people with a brain injury, their family and carers.
Royal Mail Delivers Cycle Helmets
Great North Run - Sunday 21st September, 2003 The Edinburgh Marathon - Sunday 15th June, 2003 Contact us ... Top © Headway - the brain injury association Reg Charity No 1025852 Legal Notices

13. Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust
British organisation offering recovery and rehabilitation programmes for brain injury at various centres throughout the UK.

14. Your Brain Injury Headquarters
brain injury resources for the injured and family members. Picks Up Where Your Caregiver Leaves Off
By Providing These White Papers I try to Give You Hope is in no way affiliated with any state or national BIA.
Join our Web Ring Below
Take Our Poll I used to do the print and web media a state BIA but no more, so I struck out on my own due to a difference in opinion. Now I am doing it my way. A let down for me? Yes, being brain injured myself and not having any state sponsored BIA support is pretty harsh, uncaring and closed minded on their part. You have to live it to talk it as I do, so all differences aside, lets get on with this devastating subject and get you some answers. In my journeys I have found that minimal visual distractions with no sound provides the best atmosphere for comprehension so these pages are geared in that direction. Not having comprehension at a point in my life, I know what I am talking about, believe me; when it comes to this not so black and white subject. I will tell you things that your support provider can't or won 't tell you.

15. Brain Injury Association Of Michigan - Home Page
Welcome to the brain injury Association of Michigan’s website,a nonprofit 501(C)3 agency. We are dedicated to serving those
Founded in 1981
H o m e W elcome to the Brain Injury Association of Michigan’s website, a non-profit 501(C)3 agency. We are dedicated to serving those living with the affects of brain injury through Support Education Advocacy Research , and Prevention To navigate through our website, please click on the topics listed above or to your left. We hope that you find the information on our website helpful. If you have additional questions or comments, please contact us by e-mail, postal mail or telephone. T h a n k y o u ! Brain Injury Association of Michigan
8619 W. Grand River, Suite I
Brighton, Michigan 48116-2334
Phone: (810) 229-5880
E-Mail: NOTE: Many of the documents available on this site are in Adobe Acrobat format and require the Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and print. If you haven't already done so, you may want to click on the Adobe logo below and download the reader. It's a free and very useful tool.

16. Welcome To Brain Injury Association Of Maine
Serves survivors of brain injury, their families, professionals, and the community, through information, resource listings, education, advocacy, support and prevention programs.
Helpline: 1-800-275-1233
Individuals with brain injuries, parents, and professionals founded the Brain Injury Association of Maine in 1982. At that time, very little knowledge or awareness about the causes and types of brain injury existed, even among health care providers. The Brain Injury Association of Maine provides information, resources and support to all individuals that request it.
The Brain Injury Association of Maine, a non-profit 501(c) 3, is an affiliate of the Brain Injury Association of America in Alexandria, VA.
Today, the organization reaches over 3,000 individuals, families and businesses annually. The organization has thirteen support groups, five active committees staffed by dedicated volunteers, as well as a toll free helpline available for people seeking information about brain injury.
To accomplish the organization’s mission ".. to create a better future through brain injury prevention, education and advocacy," the Brain Injury Association of Maine depends upon generous donations from its members, sponsors and the community at large.

17. Traumatic Brain Injury
Information on brain injury, mild head injury, brain function, assessment and evaluation,and a brain injury glossary of terms. Traumatic brain injury. español.
Brain Injury
Overview of Traumatic Brain Injury
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) can significantly affect many cognitive, physical, and psychological skills. Physical deficit can include ambulation, balance, coordination, fine motor skills, strength, and endurance. Cognitive deficits of language and communication, information processing, memory, and perceptual skills are common. Psychological status is also often altered. Adjustment to disability issues are frequently encountered by people with TBI. Brain injury can occur in many ways. Traumatic brain injuries typically result from accidents in which the head strikes an object. This is the most common type of traumatic brain injury. However, other brain injuries, such as those caused by insufficient oxygen, poisoning, or infection, can cause similar deficits. * Watch movie of the "coup-contra-coup" injury mechanism common to many traumatic brain injuries (requires Flash): Click here Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI) is characterized by one or more of the following symptoms: a brief loss of consciousness, loss of memory immediately before or after the injury, any alteration in mental state at the time of the accident, or focal neurological deficits. In many MTBI cases, the person seems fine on the surface, yet continues to endure chronic functional problems. Some people suffer long-term effects of MTBI, known as postconcussion syndrome (PCS). Persons suffering from PCS can experience significant changes in cognition and personality.

18. Neurobehavioral Healthcare Systems, Ltd.
Continuum of post acute services for persons with acquired brain injury. Residential, Day, Vocational and Community Based Living. Specialty services for brain injury survivors suffering from behavioral disregulation.
Search Advanced Search Neurobehavioral Healthcare Systems, Ltd.
One Riverway, Ste. 600
Houston, Texas 77056-1951
Phone: 713-355-6111
Fax: 713-355-5404
Referral: 1-800-414-4TBI
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19. Traumatic Brain Injury Model Systems
The National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research funded 17 centers to examine the Category Health Conditions and Diseases brain injury Research...... If you are looking for the Traumatic brain injury (TBI) Model Systems If you arelooking for the Center for Outcome Measurement in brain injury (COMBI)
The location for this content has changed! If you are looking for the Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Model Systems: The TBI Model Systems website is no longer being coordinated by Santa Clara Valley Medical Center. The new coordinating center for the TBI Model Systems website is Kessler Medical Rehabilitation Research and Education Corporation. The new TBI Model Systems website can be found at If you are looking for the Center for Outcome Measurement in Brain Injury (COMBI): The COMBI website is being coordinated by Santa Clara Valley Medical Center and is at its original address (

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Dr. Diane. Author of a book on coping with brain injury from concussion, accident, trauma, stroke.
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