What is a Traumatic Brain Injury? Traumatic Brain Injury is an acquired injury caused by external forces leading to disruption in brain activity. It can mean that activities once straightforward may now be difficult, or impossible to perform. Learn More
Typical abilities of persons with Traumatic Brain Injury:Depending on the severity of the injury, the affected person might recover and return to their usual lifestyle or stay dependent on others. Additionally, most cases are treatable and there are several ways to help prevent further injury.
Typical disabilities:A brain injury can cause symptoms such as memory and concentration problems, mental fatigue, poor motor skills, paralysis, speech impairment and impaired balance.