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Picking up the Pieces after TBI

Posted by Angelle M. Sander, Ph.D. on 19th Oct 2020

A Guide for Family MembersBy Angelle M. Sander, Ph.D.The entire family is affected when a spouse, parent, child, sibling or grandparent has a traumatic brain injury. This guide answers the questions c … read more

Behavior after Brain Injury in Children: FAQs

Posted by Marilyn Lash, M.S.W. and Ron Savage, Ed.D. on 19th Oct 2020

Children’s Behavior after a TBIBy Marilyn Lash, M.S.W. and Ron Savage, Ed.D.Lash and Associates Publishing/Training, Inc.Why does our child behave so differently since the brain injury?Changes in beha … read more

Positive View of Traumatic Brain Injury

Posted by Terry Morgan on 19th Oct 2020

Notes and IdeasBy Terry MorganFinding the positive in brain injuryAnyone who can see the positive side has paid a price to see it.This is how I arrived at the word price. When I was 38 years old I was … read more

How does TBI affect Children and Adolescents?

Posted by Marilyn Lash, M.S.W. and Ron Savage, Ed.D. on 19th Oct 2020

How does TBI affect Children and Adolescents?By Marilyn Lash, M.S.W. and Ron Savage, Ed.D.Lash & Associates Publishing/Training, IncDoes a brain injury affect a child differently than an adult?Unl … read more

Perfectly Imperfect for The Holidays

Posted by Bill Herrin on 15th Mar 2020

Tis the Season!Living with a TBI is a reality all its own, and as I reiterate in many posts – it’s different for everyone, including how people around you act, react, overact, act up, or don’t re … read more