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Brain Injury Resources
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Minnesota brain injury resources

Brain injury resources include many programs and professionals that can help brain injury victims and family members along the road to recovery. We certainly recommend that you obtain a copy of Brain Injury Survivor's Guide to see how Beth Jameson charted a new course for her life and the many strategies she used in developing a successful lifestyle.

Brain Injury Lawyers

Brain Injury Attorneys are personal injury attorneys who have taken the challenge of learning about brain injury. They learn how brain injury is a life-changing experience.

Click here for Minnesota Brain Injury Lawyers.

Brain Injury Rehab

Rehabilitation following a brain injury shows faster results when begun as soon as possible following the injury. Because brain injury lasts a lifetime, much of the actual rehab and recovery process will be done by family members.

Professional assistance, if you can get it, will be of great help to both the brain injury victim and family members.

Click here for Minnesota Brain Injury Rehabilitation information.

Brain Injury Support Groups

Support groups are great sources of comfort and information for families living with brain injury. Many support groups are run by volunteers helping state brain injury associations. Some are run by brain injury treatment facilities. It's important to find one that you can attend. The following link will take you to another website for information.

Brain Injury Support Groups

Brain Injury Associations

Associations and organizations within each state can provide a wealth of information and assistance to those living with brain injury.

Click here to find an Minnesota Brain Injury Association.

Veteran's Information

Traumatic brain injury is the signature wound for members of the military who have returned from Iraq and Afghanistan. The Veteran's Administration has begun to respond to many needs of these soldiers.

Military members and their families would do well by seeking information outside the military as well. Associations, support groups and other organizations are more than happy to help members of the military.

Click here for information about Veteran's Programs.

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