Traumatic Brain Injury Information
Brain Injury checklist for adult traumatic brain injury survivors and their families.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - January 7, 2013. Contact: Laura Oxley, ADHS Public Information: (602) 542-1094. It is estimated that 1,000 people die every week from Traumatic Brain Injuries in the United States. If you suffer a severe brain injury in Arizona, you will likely receive the best EMS treatment available in the country, thanks to the Excellence in Prehospital Injury Care (EPIC) project
A definition of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury developed by the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine.
A reference card for health care providers and other professionals that describes common symptoms that may follow a mild traumatic brain injury. The card uses clinical language.
Scholarly article on the differences between post traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury.
Fact sheet on cognitive problems following a brain injury.
Fact sheet on the issue of fatigue after brain injury.
A fact sheet on headaches, one of the most common co-morbid conditions after brain injury.
A fact sheet that explains memory problems that may affect people with moderate to severe brain injury.
A fact sheet on the possible emotional problems someone may experience after a brain injury.
A fact sheet that explains what social skills are, how a TBI may affect them, and some tips to improve them after TBI.
A fact sheet on commone sleep issues someone may experience after a brain injury.