Managing Brain Injury: A Guide to Living Well with Brain Injury
Managing Brain Injury tackles this complex condition by breaking it down into manageable pieces, providing readers with the what, how and why of brain injury and its effects. Key points at the end of each chapter are important nuggets of information that distill the complexities of brain injury rehabilitation even further—and practical tips throughout the guide take readers step-by-step through the journey of recovery. The book de-mystifies the serious consequences of brain injury and the evolving field of brain injury treatment. It arms patients—and the people who care for them—with a better understanding about the changes they have experienced and the know-how to manage their newly configured lives.
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Personal stories from patients and families are also featured and truly inspire hope. The book includes a list of critical resources about a host of topics from going to college after injury to the “how-to” of home care. This is an essential guide for anyone facing the challenge of relearning the basics of life after brain injury, and a realistic, yet hopeful, and critical tool for recovery.
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