An ABI Overnight Summer Independence Program

Young adults 16 to 25 years of age who have an acquired brain injury Who want to become more independent, are motivated to work on skills related to independence, have the ability to participate actively within a group, and are medically stable Program includes experiences such as living in residence in a supportive environment, traveling […]

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Motorcycle Safety: The Top 5 Tips To Safety Avoid Injuries

With the increase of older novice motorcycle enthusiasts on the roads and highways, it’s critical that new cycle riders understand the top five critical safety tips to avoid injury or death on the Virginia (VA) or neighboring Carolina highways (or anywhere else for that matter). Our top five motorcycle safety tips are below. Motorcycle Safety […]

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Perspectives of adolescents and their parents regarding service needs following a mild traumatic brain injury

Abstract Primary objective: Various guidelines have been developed to implement coherent and uniform management of persons with a mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI), but those have typically been developed for adults or children and may not address or meet the specific needs of adolescents. The purpose of this study was to explore the specific service […]

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