Links to TBI news and blog posts:

Stanford researchers listen for silent seizures with “brain stethoscope” that turns brain waves into sound

Concussion Treatment: Cannabis Ingredient May Be Key, New Research Shows

Therapy dogs for Traumatic Brain Injury

TBI dementia risk

Traumatic Brain Injury May Raise Dementia Risk

Study links brain injury and higher dementia riskBrain Injury ID card

Life changing apps for people with brain injury

10 things I wish my doctor had told me about mild traumatic brain injury

FDA approves first blood test for concussion

3 Female olympians pledge to donate brains for concussion research

Five Ways To Grow New Brain Cells

Anger Following Brain Injury

Lost & Found: Dealing with Sensory Overload

https://www.brainline.org/article/9-things-not-say-someone-brain-injury

Five minutes of coloring can have same benefits as hour of meditation, expert says

Brain Injury Group Board

“Every 21 seconds”

Help educate about TBI

What surgeons can dos with a 3D printer

I wish other understood that…

PTSD and TBI

Brain Injury Awareness Month: Not Alone

What happens to our brain and skull when they move?

Que? What? The brain injury is not an excuse

Run for your neurons

More NFL Brain Injury studies

What not to say to a Brain Injury survivor

A better understanding of TBI

Parkinson’s and TBI

Sing and dance in therapy

My aphasia

Brain Injuries and effects

National Brain Injury Awareness Month

Food to remember

Serious or sarcasm?

7th high school football player dead this year

Three years ago today

Brain Trauma Awareness

What is traumatic brain injury (TBI)?

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a form of brain injury caused by sudden damage to the brain. Depending on the source of the trauma, TBIs can be either open or closed head injuries.

  • Open Head Injuries: Also called penetrating Injuries, these injuries occur when an object (e.g., a bullet) enters the brain and causes damage to specific brain parts. Symptoms vary depending on the part of the brain that is damaged.
  • Closed Head Injuries: These injuries result from a blow to the head (e.g., when the head strikes the windshield or dashboard in a car accident).

Irrespective of the cause of the trauma, TBIs result in two types of damage to the brain: primary brain damage, which is damage that occurs at the time of impact (e.g., skull fracture, bleeding, blood clots), and secondary brain damage, which is damage that evolves over time after the trauma (e.g., increased blood pressure within the skull, seizures, brain swelling).

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)-http://www.asha.org/public/speech/disorders/TBI/

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