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Brain Injury Books and Resources

Author: Disabled World

Published: 2009-04-04 : (Rev. 2010-07-11)

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Brain Injury Books including information resources on traumatic brain injury concussion blast injury and PTSD.

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Brain Injury Books including information resources on traumatic brain injury concussion blast injury and PTSD.

Lash & Associates Publishing/Training inc. is one of the largest and oldest websites focusing on Brain Injury Books, Information Resource Center on Traumatic Brain Injury, Mild Brain Injury, Concussion, Blast Injury, and PTSD.

These resources on TBI are for families, educators, students, therapists, and caregivers in military bases, veteran services, hospitals, rehabilitation programs, schools, community, and home.

Lash & Associates also provide a lot of free information, articles, fact sheets and stories for and by TBI survivors.

Products include: brain injury books, programs and training materials with information resources on treatment and rehabilitation of adults, veterans and children with traumatic TBI and acquired brain injury ABI , post traumatic stress disorder PTSD, mild brain injury, concussion, head injury, blast injury, and post concussion syndrome.

Authors are chosen who are experts in their fields and write on the neurological, psychological, communicative, psychosocial and educational impact of brain injuries among children, youth and adults.

Visit Lash & Associates Publishing/Training inc. at www.lapublishing.com

Good Practice in Brain Injury Case Management

Brain injury case management involves the care and support of brain-injured individuals and their families in a range of areas, from personal injury litigation to the planning of treatment and therapy regimes.

Books Include:

Brain Injury and Returning to Employment - A Guide for Practitioners
Children with Seizures - A Guide for Parents, Teachers, and Other Professionals
Good Practice in Brain Injury Case Management
Living with Brain Injury - A Case of Aphasia
The Man who Lost his Language
Music Therapy and Traumatic Brain Injury - A Light on a Dark Night
Stroke Survivor - A Personal Guide to Recovery

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