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Addressing Family Needs After TBI

Addressing Family Needs After TBI

Everyone in the family is affected by a brain injury. Your role within the family has changed and the role of your family member with TBI may also have changed. Here are some tips and strategies to assist families during this time of transition.

Strategies for Lingering Symptom Management

Strategies for Lingering Symptom Management

Many military health care providers find themselves without the necessary tools to treat chronic and co-occurring symptoms. Although most patients recover quickly and with minimal intervention, some develop lingering symptoms that interfere with social and occupational functioning.

Taking Care of Yourself While Caring for Others

Taking Care of Yourself While Caring for Others

Coping techniques for caregivers and families who are trying to manage stress, anxiety or sadness, while caring for an injured service member/veteran. Experts provide advice on relaxation and self-care.

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The War Comes Home: Building Trust Through Challenge

The War Comes Home: Building Trust Through Challenge

U.S. Army veteran and "Save a Warrior" founder Jake Clark explains the why the program's rope course is such an important part of war detox and how it provides a protective factor against suicide.

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