This site is dedicated to sharing tools that I and others have found helpful in dealing with their brain injury issues. It is specifically designed to “cut to the chase” and give you practical, immediate ideas about how to deal with your (or a loved-one’s) brain injury.
Please note, I’m not a doctor, and I don’t have an advanced degree in neuropsychology. But I have been enrolled in the School Of Hard Knocks, and I’ve been dealing with my own multiple TBIs for more than 40 years. So, you might find something that helps you here. I hope so.
Below you can find links on background about brain injury (especially TBI), and practical ways you can deal with all the “excitement” that comes from BI. If you have feedback, corrections, or other input to contribute to others’ understanding of brain injury, please let me know in the comments and I will do my best to include it.
A brain injury, simply put, is an injury to the brain. It can come from something obvious, like a car accident, when someone smashes their head against the windshield. It can also come from something hidden, like a stroke or a brain embolism or a brain tumor.
- Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)
- Traumatic Brain Inujry (TBI)
What can happen as a result?
Brain injury can result in a host of difficult issues. Here’s a list of issues that an injured brain can create: