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After experiencing a traumatic brain injury, many teens are eager to return to their daily routine–going back to school and reuniting with their friends. They can often remember how they were before the brain injury and are hopeful that things will go back to “normal.” It is important to anticipate any changes that may occur, […]

Beyond the initial impact, sometimes the effects of a Traumatic Brain Injury are not obvious at first but become more noticeable later when critical thinking and social interaction increases at school. While teens who have experienced a Traumatic Brain Injury are eager to return to school, they often struggle more with identity issues than academic […]

While your body remembers the impact of a traumatic event, your brain is more forgetful after suffering traumatic brain injuries that can damage neural connections, executive functioning, and emotion regulation. Traumatic Brain Injuries can be caused by a variety of external sources, including concussions, sports, car accidents, falls, military service, or assaults. As the causes […]

Traumatic brain injuries hinder the brain’s ability to develop properly. This is extremely difficult for children and teens whose brain is still in the developmental stages. TBI can cause issues with fatigue, emotional control, and behaviors. It is important that all of these aspects are addressed and accounted for. Before you are able to help […]