People with disabilities are 4 to 10 times more likely to become a victim of violence, abuse, or neglect than individuals without disabilities.1 While there is less concrete information about the victimization of individuals who have had a traumatic brain injury (TBI),2 the cognitive, physical, behavioral, and emotional impairments […]
Couples’ Relationships After Traumatic Brain Injury was developed by Emilie Godwin, Ph.D., Jeffrey Kreutzer, Ph.D., and Stephanie Kolakowsky-Hayner, Ph.D., in collaboration with the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center.
This publication was produced by the TBI Model Systems in collaboration with the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center with funding […]
Communicating with Providers
The recovery from an injury can be a long and challenging process. You are likely to interact with a number of providers during this time. The providers on your treatment team may include primary care physicians, physiatrists, nurses, therapists, psychologists, and psychiatrists amongst others. Having good communication […]
Caregiving for an individual with a traumatic brain injury can be a challenging task whether they are in residential care or living in your home. Rainbow Rehabilitation Centers’ professionals can help provide education and support on an individual level; we also offer a family support group. Additionally, there are […]