Information on undiagnosed brain injuries helps families, educators and clinicians recognize the signs and symptoms of brain injury, ask questions and gather information. It provides checklists for questions to ask and things to observe. It lists common signs and symptoms of physical changes, cognitive changes, behavioral problems and social skills. The dangers of repeated injuries and inappropriate treatment for head trauma are discussed. Steps and resources are given for what to do if you suspect a person has a brain injury.
|Year||Second edition, 2008|