Brain Injury Awareness Month: looking at TBI from different angles

It’s good to be brain-aware… 🧠

Collection Spotlight from the National Rehabilitation Information Center

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month, and the Brain Injury Association of American encourages everyone to #ChangeYourMind about brain injury. Sometimes, all we need to change our understanding of a disability like traumatic brain injury (TBI) is to learn about it from a different angle. If facts and figures don’t click for you, maybe a video interview with a TBI survivor will connect the dots. If you’re a visual learner, perhaps a comic or infographic will help get the message through. Maybe data tables and charts are your key to understanding the impact of TBI. Here are some examples from the NIDILRR community and elsewhere which may give you a fresh perspective on TBI:

  • Break it down to the basics! The NIDILRR-funded
    Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) offers a collection of TBI factsheets,
    developed with researchers, on everything from big picture of Understanding TBI
    to individual topics…

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