“Brain Injury happens to anyone, anywhere, and at any time.” (Susan Hansen, Executive Director, San Diego Brain Injury Foundation)
Who do you see for evaluation? For treatment? For education? For support?
Trying to find the best resources and best path to recovery is a daunting task.
I’ve worked with survivors, families, healthcare providers, and rehab treatment programs for many years.
So, in order to inform the TBI community, I’ve started Traumatic Brain Injury Recovery YouTube and podcast channels consisting of interviews with TBI survivors, family members, and healthcare professionals.
Traumatic Brain Injury Recovery
YouTube : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCe4p7y3z1ykL1mMPamZLqsA
Viewers and listeners will learn how all involved address the challenges of recovery from Traumatic Brain Injury.
For example, they will learn how a neurologist, neuropsychiatrist, and neuropsychologist participate in the evaluation and treatment of TBI.
They will learn what community services are available to survivors and families.
And they will learn how other survivors and families met the challenges of recovering from brain injury.
Current Titles Include:
The Protective Barrier in Brain Injury
Family Support After Brain Injury
Traumatic Brain Injury Recovery: Can Neuropsychiatry Help?
Traumatic Brain Injury: You Are Not Alone. Call the San Diego Brain Injury Foundation
Traumatic Brain Injury: Barry’s Journey After TBI
Where Can a TBI Survivor with Severe Injury Reside?
Taking Your Brain for a Test Drive: Neuropsychological Evaluation
Behavior Analysis and Modification in TBI
The Role of Social Work in Acute Rehab after TBI
Psychological Counseling After TBI
Cognitive Remediation After TBI
Case Management After TBI
I welcome any suggestions and feedback about the content.
Dan Gardner, MD
PS. Feel free to subscribe to the channels and share this post with anyone whose life has been touched by TBI.