The Brain Injury Association of America has a number of state offices throughout the USA. The local chapters offer personal assistance and guidance for people seeking help dealing with their (or a loved one’s) brain injury. My local chapter helped me immensely. I probably wouldn’t be here and doing as well as I am, without their critical assistance early on in my search for help.
Follow the link above to view the state office pages.
The TBI Survivors Network is an online community dedicated to helping TBI survivors connect and cope. There are forums, blogs, videos, etc.
Give Back LA is another online community — “a recovery group for traumatic brain injury (TBI). Its purpose is not to help survivors to accept new lives that offer them limited options, but rather to help recoverers to deal with their deficits, improve their functioning, become active, and regain self-control of their lives.” I have found their information to be priceless, especially their information about self-therapy.
Brain Injury Radio has online broadcasts for, by, and about brain injury survivors.
LearnNet from the Brain Injury Association of New York State has great information in small pieces. Officially, it’s “A Resource for Teachers, Clinicians, Parents, and Students” but I find it very useful for my own understanding. Especially since I experienced a number of TBIs as a kid — it’s interesting to get some perspective on what I went through, personally, all these years later.