HANDOUTS & MATERIALS

The Brain Injury Association of North Carolina wants you to be able to learn about brain injury and advocate for yourself or others. Below are free handouts available to download on a variety of different TBI-related topics.

NEW! Toolkits

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Taking on Independence Toolkit

Toolkit Snapshot

This new resource is a step in helping the daily needs of individuals living with brain injury. Divided into 4 sections, this toolkit is helpful throughout the rehabilitation process after a brain injury. Templates for checklists, questions, schedules, health check-ins, medication lists, and more are available to use for caregivers, individuals living with brain injury, and professionals. We hope that these supports can allow individuals with brain injury to govern their own lives with the tools to achieve their goals more independently.

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Brain Injury Acronym Toolkit

Toolkit Snapshot

This new resource is a great find for advocates for those looking to be more involved in the their care. It's often that professionals start talking with acronyms and confusing words that those outside the brain injury service system may not be used to hearing every day. We hope this guide helps you to navigate services easier and to engage in community councils/committee to communicate your needs.

Guides

hope & healing 450

Hope & Healing after Brain Injury Guide

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Referral & Specialist Guide

Downloadable Handouts

advocacy 450

Advocacy

bi strategies 450

Brain Injury & Strategies

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Brain Injury Association of North Carolina

crisis 450

Crisis Management & BI

concussion

Concussion & Education Resources (BIAC)

falls 450

Falls & Brain Injury

interacting w patients 450

Interacting with Patients

relax 450

Relaxation & Brain Injury

suicide 450

Suicide & Brain Injury

military

TBI & Veterans Booklet

military 450

TBI & the Millitary

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Spanish Materials