Information for families and professionals, whether they are beginning their assessment journey or fine-tuning the assessment process.
A traumatic brain injury is an injury to the brain when the head has been hit by something or violently shaken.
Traumatic Brain Injury is called the silent epidemic by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention because so many cases go undiagnosed.
The CDC recently released a report on nonfatal traumatic brain injuries related to sports.
The student in this video clip is identified with TBI and his disorganization is a symptom of his TBI.
These students have been identified with TBI and their slow processing is a common symptom of TBI.
BIAOH is a statewide advocacy and education organization established in 1982 to improve services and supports to Ohioans with brain injury and their families, and to promote prevention.