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After a brain injury, routine activities, expectations and relationships may change. Confusing and complicated issues may arise related to returning to school or work, changing family relationships; in addition to new physical, behavioral, emotional and financial concerns.
You do not have to go through this alone. BIAI can provide information and connect you to resources and support throughout the state. BIAI strives to provide the best available information about brain injury to Indiana residents. Information about brain injury; its effects on the family, physical, cognitive, behavioral and emotional changes on the individual, child or adolescent injuries; and specialized services, are provided with practical suggestions for living with a brain injury.
Free TBI Education Training Modules
Module VI: Providing Positive Behavioral Intervention and Support
Additional Brain Injury Trainings Available On-Line:
Brain Anatomy and Function (Centre for NeuroSkills)
TBI and Domestic Violence
TBI & Substance Abuse
TBI & Housing
Ready, Set, Go: Including Children and Youth in TBI Programs
Unidentified TBI: The Importance of Screening to Find Those Who
Veterans with TBI – The Veterans Health System