TBI Adult Tip Cards

 

Tip Cards on Brain Injury or PTSD in Adults

 

Information on brain injury, blast injury, concussion and PTSD in adults and veterans

Tip Cards have 8 pages with information on the symptoms, treatment, rehabilitation, and recovery of adults and veterans with traumatic brain injury (TBI), blast injury, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and concussion (mild brain injury). Tips and checklists have strategies for survivors, families, caregivers, therapists, clinicians, and advocates.

You can personalize any tip card with your logo and company information on orders of 50 or more. Just call 919-556-0300 for details.

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    Adults Living with Brain Injury

    Adults Living with Brain Injury

    This tip card helps families, caregivers and therapists caring for and treating adolescents and adults with brain injury identify safety concerns while still encouraging independence. A check list for independence rates the survivor’s abilities and...

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    Adults with Brain Injury

    Adults with Brain Injury

    Adults with Brain Injury: Myths and Stereotypes about Work and Life Jeffrey S. Kreutzer, Ph.D., ABPP and Stephanie Kolakowsky-Hayner, M.A.   Many false beliefs about the recovery of adults from traumatic and acquired brain injuries are corrected...

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    Advocacy: For brain injury services

    Advocacy: For brain injury services

    Advocacy is providing factual, nonpartisan information on an issue with the public or a legislator without mentioning a specific bill or asking them to vote in a certain way. It is a strategy that can be effective for educating people about brain injury,...

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    Aging with a Brain Injury

    Aging with a Brain Injury

    Information on aging after brain injury discusses common concerns of survivors and families. It corrects common misunderstandings about acquired brain injury and the development of Alzheimer’s disease, worsening memory, decision-making, repeated...

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    Attention after Brain Injury

    Attention after Brain Injury

    Suggested activities are described to work on focused and sustained attention, selective attention, alternating attention, and divided attention. Tips for creating a health body, checking the environment, managing distractions, giving instructions,...

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    Back to Work? Options after a Disability

    Back to Work? Options after a Disability

    There are many challenges and options for working when a person has a brain injury. They are identified along with strategies for negotiating accommodations for physical and cognitive impairments. This tip card has information with strategies for...

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    Behavior Planning

    Behavior Planning

    A brain injury does not always cause difficulty controlling behavior. “Behavioral Dyscontrol” can surprise, confuse and worry family/caregivers. “What can be done? Can the behavior be changed? Who can help?” are questions needing...

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    Brain Injury: What Does It Mean?

    Brain Injury: What Does It Mean?

    Further discussion of swallowing symptoms, psychological symptoms, and types of rehabilitation – physical therapy, occupational thereapy, speech/language pathology, respiratory therapy, and social work. The tip card is a broad overview of...

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