Fact Sheets

Fact Sheets were developed by the NIDILRR-funded Model System Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) and the Model System programs. Topics of interest are covered by experts in the field. Links to the fact sheets below will take you to an outside webpage hosted by the MSKTC, if you need another format for accessibility please contact Jennifer Marwitz at (804) 828-3704 or Jennifer.Marwitz@vcuhealth.org

Click on the links below to access fact sheets of interest:

Understanding Traumatic Brain Injury, Part 1: What Happens to the Brain During Injury & In Early Stages of Recovery?

Understanding Traumatic Brain Injury, Part 2: Brain Injury Impact on Individuals' Functioning

Understanding Traumatic Brain Injury, Part 3: The Recovery Process

Understanding Traumatic Brain Injury, Part 4: The Impact on Family Members & How They Can Help

Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation

Alcohol Use After Traumatic Brain Injury

Balance Problems after Traumatic Brain Injury

Cognitive Problems after Traumatic Brain Injury

Depression after Traumatic Brain Injury

Driving after Traumatic Brain Injury

Emotional Problems after Traumatic Brain Injury

Fatigue & Traumatic Brain Injury

Headaches after Traumatic Brain Injury

Loss of Smell or Taste after Traumatic Brain Injury

Memory & Moderate to Severe Traumatic Brain Injury

Relationships After Traumatic Brain Injury

Returning to School after Traumatic Brain Injury

Seizures after Traumatic Brain Injury

Sexuality after Traumatic Brain Injury

Sleep & Traumatic Brain Injury

Social Skills after Traumatic Brain Injury

Spasticity & Traumatic Brain Injury

Severe Traumatic Brain Injury

Vegetative and Minimally Conscious States After Severe Brain Injury

Vision Problems After Traumatic Brain Injury


For the full library of the NIDILRR-funded Model System Translation Center resources visit their website at: https://msktc.org/tbi

 

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