For the Loved Ones of Traumatic Brain Injury Survivors Ebook

Want to Learn More About Traumatic Brain Injury?

I have a traumatic brain injury. It is a result of the car accident I was in when I was 13 months old. Life with traumatic brain injury has not been easy, but I am so grateful for everything I have learned. My sister wrote this eBook for people who want to learn more about traumatic brain injury.

5 Life Changing Answers for the Loved Ones of Traumatic Brain Injury Survivors

Traumatic brain injury can be difficult to navigate, both for survivors and their loved ones. This eBook will give basic information about TBI and all that it entails. It’s perfect for learning about traumatic brain injury, especially if you have a loved one with a traumatic brain injury.

The eBook is a quick read and covers the most important questions about TBI

Questions Answered in the Ebook

  • What is traumatic brain injury?
  • What affect can brain injury have?
  • What do I do if a loved one has a TBI?
  • What do traumatic brain injury survivors want me to know?
  • How can I help?

The eBook covers everything from myths about brain injury to ideas for providing emotional support.

Ebook is available on amazon for only $1.99.

My sister wrote this book, but the profit goes to me. This website and this eBook both help provide me with an income as I journey into adulthood.

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Quotes from the book:

For many, it can take up to a year to recover from a concussion. For others, they may deal with the recurring symptoms from concussions for the remainder of their lives if they do not receive treatment.”

Traumatic brain injury survivors may have a difficult time with attention. They may have a hard time focusing on a specific task or thought. They might not notice the details around them. They may have difficulty ignoring distractions.”

Social situations and interactions may be different with someone who has traumatic brain injury, but never forget that you are speaking to a person. Be respectful and understanding. Allow the survivor to take his or her time forming sentences and completing thoughts.”

One of the most encouraging things about a brain injury is that change is possible. It may take a great deal of time and effort, but recovery can come. The brain is able to change over time.”

When all else fails, provide encouragement. Remember that it can get better with time.”

Traumatic Brain Injury doesn’t have to be scary. Arm yourself with the right information and learn to effectively navigate life with someone who has TBI. Get a copy of the ebook.

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