Do You Know Someone Who Needs Help?
Traumatic Brain Injuries are known as “invisible” injuries and create a lot of stress and frustration.
It is not uncommon for someone with a brain injury to "look" fine, and not be o.k.
This "invisibility" is why lots of doctors and health professionals that are overseeing the recovery process of TBI individuals do not see the problems.
If you know someone who is experiencing frustration and struggling to find answers, I have been told that these books help.
Do you know someone who is isolating themselves, constantly confused, highly emotional and frustrated?
Do simple chores seem to be a challenge? Are they short-tempered? Have they lost their balance , appetite, sense of smell or ability to drive? Is schoolwork a problem? Do they have light sensitivity?
These are just a few of the many concerning symptoms someone who has had a head injury may experience.
Education, interaction, reassurance, understanding and validation are the first steps. Learn what you can do from someone who knows the solutions first hand.