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Maintaining Relationships with Family and Friends After TBI and PTSD

Maintaining Relationships with Family and Friends After TBI and PTSD

Adam talks frankly about his challenges keeping up with family and friends since his injury; he has good intentions but following through remains difficult.

Shining the Spotlight on Kids Who Care

Shining the Spotlight on Kids Who Care

Learn about the 1.4 million “invisible caregivers” — children who help provide substantial care to a family member while trying to be successful students.

Helping Veterans Succeed in College

Helping Veterans Succeed in College

Helping someone with a brain injury navigate life on a college campus after being in the military can be a tall order. Army veteran Timm Lovitt is the man for the job.

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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Kelli Gary, PhD on Her Crash and Her First Attempt to Return to College

Kelli Gary, PhD on Her Crash and Her First Attempt to Return to College

After five months in acute rehab following her car crash, Kelli Gary, PhD returned to college and tried to do what she had always done. Within two months, she was flunking out. She needed a new plan.

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