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Traumatic Brain Injury

 
 
 
See our TBI Home Page for a full list of information about Brain Injury, and links to information and strategies relating to memory, attention, social skills, executive functioning, and improving communication.

A traumatic brain injury can cause damage to the brain that may contribute to both short term and long term difficulties with communication and cognitive functioning. An injury of this kind can occur both from the impact of an external force or an internal event such as a stroke, tumour or disease. This section will provide you with some simple, functional strategies that can be introduced to facilitate your memory, planning, communication, attention, and reading skills.
 
Executive Functioning
Information and strategies relating to Executive Functioning following a brain injury. Problems with executive functioning can affect your ability to initiate, plan and organise tasks, and problem solve.
 

Dysarthria and Dysphonia
Information and Strategies to help with Dysarthria and Dysphonia (speech and voice problems) following Traumatic Brain Injury.
 

Memory and Decision Making checklists
Checklists to help with memory and decision making following traumatic brain injury
 

Strategies to improve attention skills
Information and Strategies to help with Attention Skills following Traumatic Brain Injury.
 

Reading and Writing Following Brain Injury
Reading and Writing can be compromised following a brain injury, but there are many strategies and technology options that can help.
 
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