Color Guard at Triad Walk & Roll-athon
North Carolina has a large military and veteran population. Many Military service members are returning to their home communities needing services that are aimed at easing the transition from the front line back home. We want to reach out to all branches of military service, citizen soldier and wounded warrior groups and families who are trying to learn more about brain injury. Please call one of our Brain Injury Resource Centers to let us know your experience and we will mail or email information, look up resources, or meet with you in person to help you find support and services.
Please look at the Military/Veteran chapter in our Resource Book: http://bianc.net/RB/RB/Veteran%20Resources.pdf
Here is a recent article on how the military is doing on evaluation of service members for TBI when returning from deployments:
For Military information, go to the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center (DVBIC) Check out their tabs on Education, Blast Injury and Research initiatives that may be of interest to you.