When a brain injury occurs to a loved one, it can change your world in an instant. All of a sudden, you’re being asked to make decisions with little or no experience, and your future is now uncertain. It can feel like the weight of the world is on your shoulders in an overall service system that was not made for people living with brain injury.
At the Brain Injury Association of North Carolina, we know that the caregivers, spouses, siblings, children, parents, and more are vital team members of rehabilitation after brain injury. It takes strength, compassion, and determination to keep hope and empower your loved one to succeed. We want to not only support individuals living with brain injury, but the individuals that support them too.