What Now Checklist
Interpreting Screener Results
Note that this is not a positive diagnosis, but can help you in seeking appropriate services and supports.
For accurate information and assessment, seek clinical evaluation from a medical professional.
Brain injury can be a temporary or long-lasting condition. Because symptoms are not easily seen on the outside, some people do not realize they've had an injury that impacted the brain.
Many people push through or attribute them to other physical, mental, or behavioral health conditions other than the instance of injury.
When this occurs, appropriate treatment and symptom management is being missed. The result is significant overlap with mental health, substance abuse, unemployment, corrections involvement, and homelessness.
You are not alone and there are supports, strategies, and solutions to make this next phase of your life the best one yet.
Strategies & Accommodating Brain Injury
Services for Brain Injury
View our Resource Guide and Support Group Listing for services available near you.
For information about the Medicaid TBI Waiver, visit:
Additional Resources & Learning
View our Learning Library filled with educational handouts, online courses, and webinars to learn more about brain injury.