Brain injury, rehabilitation and recovery are complex for both the individual and the people close to them. It affects families and caregivers emotionally, mentally, and physically. This section is designed for families/caregivers and includes information about brain injury causes, diagnosis, recovery and rehabilitation, and living with brain injury now and for the long-term.
The content in this section of the website has been designed for family members and friends who have taken on the role of caregiver. However, information can also be applicable to professional caregivers.
About brain injury
In the hospital
Effects of brain injury
Rehabilitation & Recovery
Living with brain injury
Mental health for the caregiver
Issues & Advocacy
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