Traumatic Brain Injury Resources for Caregivers & Families

We’ve gathered traumatic brain injury resources (TBI) from other organizations for caregivers and families. We hope these Traumatic brain injury resources help with the prevention, on-going treatment & management, and support of TBI.

Love Your Brain

Kevin Pearce; former professional snowboarder

The DARKNESS: A True story

Adam Estoclet; retired hockey player

American Optometric Association

The AOA has even made it easier for patients to search for vision rehabilitation and sports performance vision providers in its doctor locator.

Vestibular Disorder Association

The site describes the parts of the inner ear and brain that process the sensory information involved with controlling balance and eye movements and the interference with trauma and disease.

National Upper Cervical Chiropractic Association

The focus of the NUCCA work is the relationship between the upper cervical spine (neck) and its influence on the central nervous system and brain stem function. It is this relationship that affects every aspect of human function from the feeling sensations in your fingers to regulating hormones, controlling movement, and providing the ability to hear, see, think, and breathe.

Brain Injury Association of America

This is a national association that provides resources to link you more information within your state for the brain injury community.

CDC: Centers for Disease Control & Prevention

This is a federal program that provides a centralized source of hospitalizations, monitoring and recommendations for concussion and TBI care.

School wide concussion management

This site provides information for the entire school community—staff, students, and their parents—knows how to respond in ways that ensure the student’s best chance of recovery.

NeuroPsych Online

A Neuropsychonline rehabilitation cognitive rehabilitation system