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Veterans living with traumatic brain injury may need some accommodations in the workplace to ensure that they are able to succeed in their jobs. You might need to have the lighting adjusted in your office or there might be some software that could help you overcome some of the challenges associated with your TBI. This section provides you with information about what kinds of accommodations employers are required to make to help you, and the kinds of assistance you can request.
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