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Brain Injury 101
Brain Injury 102: Strategies & Accommodations
Brain Injury 103: Youth Considerations
How Many Coloradans Have a Brain Injury?
Craig Hospital recently published research demonstrating the incidence of brain injuries & commonly reported symptoms in different regions of the state.
This document is a large version the data, which includes regional as well as statewide numbers. For more information about this research, please contact Gale Whiteneck, PhD, Principal Investigator: Gale@craig-hospital.org or CB Eagye, Research Associate: PEagye@craighospital.org
- Center for Disease Control TBI & Concussion
- Stroke Resources for Professionals
- Best Practices in Concussion Management – An online tool developed by concussion experts in Colorado
- When Your Patient is Living with Brain Injury – Pamphlet from The American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (ACRM) for physicians treating individuals living with chronic brain injury sequelae
- CBIRT – Center on Brain Injury Research and Training
- Toolkit for Providers of Clients with Co-Occurring Mental Health & TBI Symptoms
- Suicide Prevention Toolkit for Justice-involved Persons with TBI
- Materials & Books on Brain Injury
- Professionals Who Work With BI Survivors
- Neurofeedback vs. Biofeedback
- Tip Card- What Providers Need to Know: Behavioral Health and Brain Injury
- Toolkit and Workbook: Traumatic Brain Injury and Substance Use Disorders: Making the Connections
- Understanding the Brain Learning Series – Online Learning Modules provided by the Exceptional Student Services Unit Brain Injury Team at the Colorado Department of Education
- BIAC’s Return to School Resource List
- CoKidsWithBrainInjury – A website for parents, educators, and professionals who serve kids with brain injuries
- Return to School
- REAP – Reduce/Remove, Education, Adjust/Accommodate, Pace – Community Based Concussion Management Program
- College Students with TBI – Information for disability specialists working with college students with a brain injury
Request a BIAC training to cover the importance and methodology of screening your clients and patients for a brain injury here
- Ohio State University TBI-ID Method – a standardized procedure for eliciting lifetime history of TBI via a structured interview. The OSU TBI-Identification Method was designed to use self-report or proxy-reports to elicit summary indices reflecting TBI’s occurring over a person’s lifetime.
- Domestic Violence and TBI
- CBIRT Recorded Webinars
- Bancroft – brain injury webinars for professionals
- Craig Hospital Brain Injury & Behavioral Health: Informing Best Practices
- Ohio State University – training modules with CEUs available
Certified Brain Injury Specialist
- Learn more about the CBIS process here