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Brain Injury

 

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Additional Information
The primary NIH organization for research on Traumatic Brain Injury is the: National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke

The primary organization for information on Pediatric Brain Injury is the Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA)

 

Audio & Video

Below is the list of Web sites with videos on different aspects of Traumatic Brain Injury. These videos are free and can be accessed from your computer. You may need to download a plugin to watch these videos. Information presented in these videos is intended for informational purposes only and should not be construed as professional medical advice.

Brain Injury Toolbox: Videos
Brain Injury Association of Illinois
The purpose of the Brain Injury Toolbox is to provide viewers with some tools they may find useful as they travel the road to recovery from a brain injury. Some tools included in this toolbox are educational films, reading material, and resources.


Pediatric Brain Injury Foundation: Videos
The foundation provides a collection of Videos discussing different topics around Traumatic Brain Injury.


Sarah Jane on the Today Show
Sarah Jane Donohue, a 3-year-old survivor of Shaken Baby Syndrome (a form of Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury), appeared on NBC's Today Show on November 14, 2008 along with her father, Patrick. Patrick talked about the ways that he is striving to help Sarah Jane and other children who have been affected by Pediatric Acquired Brain Injury.


What Happens to Family After Brain Injury
BrainLine.org


Traumatic Brain Injury Training for Caregivers
WashingtonStateDSHS