Useful Links: Traumatic Brain Injury Information
- Brain Injury Association of America
Informative and easy-to-use site that covers a broad range of topics related to brain injury
- Brain Injury Association of Delaware
Information about brain injury for persons in Delaware, including programs, support groups and special events
- National Resource Center for Traumatic Brain Injury
Provides TBI educational resources and other useful information
- Dana Foundation
Provides information about the Charles A. Dana Foundation, which supports health, education, and public affairs, and the Dana Alliance for Brain Initiatives, an organization of preeminent neuroscientists that promotes brain research. See the Dana Brain Connections for helpful information and links to other internet resources.
- Brain Injury: A Guide for Family and Friends
A feature of the University of Iowa's Virtual Hospital
- Brain Injury Information
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC), National Center for Injury Prevention and Control provides comprehensive information on brain injury. The site includes information on causes, symptoms, outcomes, treatment, and research. It also includes downloadable brochures and fact sheets on brain injury.
- University of Alabama at Birmingham's (UAB) Home-Based Cognitive Stimulation Program
The UAB Home Stimulation Program provides activities that can be done with an individual following a brain injury. Activities include those that stimulate fine motor control; attention/concentration; memory/orientation; reasoning/problem solving; visual/spacial abilities; and language. Access to the program is free. Users can follow the links on the site to see specific activities or download a printable version.
Provides information for people with TBI, families & friends, and professionals in various formats.
- State Council for Persons with Disabilities (SCPD) - Brain Injury Information
The Brain Injury Information section of the SCPD website contains Facts, Financial Assistance, TBI Information, a list of Resources, Rehabilitation Centers, Support Groups available for Brain Injury Survivors, and a Q & A section.