• CDC Publications, Reports & Fact Sheets - TBI
publications are available for ordering in hard copy, for viewing online, or for downloading. (Note: some reports or fact sheets may be out of print and are only available in electronic format.)
• International Brain Injury Association - Publications
IBIA produces the quarterly International NeuroTrauma Letter published by HDI Publishers. The International NeuroTrauma Letter includes abstracts dealing with brain injury research, clinical treatment and/or controversies, interviews, and information.
• Students With TBI from Mount Sinai
is a 17-page brochure intended to provide a general overview of how schools can best meet the needs of students with TBI. Not an in-depth training manual, but instead will highlight what educators and advocates for children with TBI need to know.
• Bob Woodruff Foundation
hit by a roadside bomb while covering the war in Iraq, life changed in an instant but his miraculous recovery inspired his family to give our injured heroes access to the support and resources they deserve, for as long as they need it.
• Brady Institute
at the Jamaica Hospital Medical Center in New York provides information, resources, networking and adovacy services to persons with brain injury and their families.
• Brain Injury Resource Center
is a non-profit clearinghouse for brain injury resources, founded and operated by brain injury activists since 1985.
• Brain Injury Ring
consists of Brain Injury Resources as well as homepages of Caregivers, Friends, Family, and Survivors of Acquired and Traumatic Brain Injuries (ABI / TBI).
• Cerebral Palsy Guidance
is an expansively informational resource for families with children who have cerebral palsy. The website covers cerebral palsy topics such as symptoms, causes and treatment, daily living information, and communication.
• Complete Childproofing Guide
pointers on what to look out for, systematically considering what needs to be done to make each room a safe environment. Includes a breakdown of each room (kitchen, living room, etc) and the hazards found therein.
• National Resource Center for TBI
provides relevant, practical information for professionals, persons with brain injury and family members. Site provides resources, chat room, ideas and gives information on training and conferences.
• National Transportation Safety Board - NTSB
is an independent Federal agency charged by Congress with investigating every civil aviation accident in the United States and significant accidents in the other modes of transportation.
• NeuroRestorative Specialty Centers
specializes in behavior problems, neurobehavioral and neuropsychiatric treatments. Highly trained professionals that specialize in acquired brain injury and long term care, offering supported living, transitional living and community re-entry services.
seeks to focus both government and public support to realise funding for the development of highly specialist services in the areas of accommodation, education and training for TBI sufferers..