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Using Communities to Further the True Meaning of Resiliency

Using Communities to Further the True Meaning of Resiliency

Service members, veterans, and their caregivers are incredibly resilient, says Adam, but learning to connect with whatever community you are in will only strengthen that resiliency.

Do Some People Sleep Too Much?

Do Some People Sleep Too Much?

Some people are long sleepers who need 10-12 hours a night while others are short sleepers, needing only 4-6. Most people, fall in the middle. TBI and/or PTSD can disrupt sleep, usually temporarily.

Speech-Language Pathologists Tell People with TBI to

Speech-Language Pathologists Tell People with TBI to "Think Smart, Not Hard"

SLPs use effective strategies for their patients with TBI based on the model of "goal, plan, predict, do, and review."

Deployment-Related TBI and Co-Occurring Conditions

Deployment-Related TBI and Co-Occurring Conditions

Learn to identify and treat the co-occurring conditions that are common in deployment-related concussion.

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What Has Worked for Me

What Has Worked for Me

Cheryl Gansner shares her experiences and strategies for life with her husband with TBI and PTSD, especially the social and emotional stuff.

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