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Traumatic Brain Injury and Depression

In Disability Specific, Featured, News, Psychosocial Adjustment, Research Findings, Traumatic Brain Injury, Uncategorized by SVRI0 Comments

“We can see people who have brain injuries. Their lives have been disrupted and so forth, and our response to them can be like, I’d be depressed, too. And so we can kinda think, like, it’s normal to be depressed, and that could lead to a lack of treatment for depression.”  Dr. Chuck Bombardier, University of Washington’s TBI Model System …

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Family and Teacher Support for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

In Evidence-Based Practice, Featured, News, Practice, Resources, Traumatic Brain Injury by SVRI0 Comments

Ann Glang, PhD, principal investigator of the NIDRR-funded project “Development of a Web-Based Tool for Families Impacted by the Cognitive, Behavioral, and Social Challenges of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), is featured in several brainline.org videos that provide families and teachers with information to help them support children and adolescents with TBI.  Find out more and access valuable training videos.