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TBI options: Promoting Knowledge

Presenter:
Debra Sellers, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Extension Specialist
School of Family Studies and Human Services, Kansas State University

Partnering with:
The Wounded Warrior Program
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service

A person with a traumatic brain injury (a survivor) may experience physical effects, changes in thinking and communication, and alterations in emotional well-being and behavior. The program will include a series of topics including the β€œbasics” of traumatic brain injury; the impact of TBI on survivors physically, cognitively, emotionally, and behaviorally; the consequences of TBI for survivors in relationships, activities of daily living, and work; and how individuals and communities can support survivors and their families.

Handouts associated with this session may be downloaded from:
http://www.extension.org/pages/67469/

Resources:
As this program provides introductory information, it is not necessary for participants to prepare. However, attendees may find it interesting to peruse the TBIoptions web sites at:
http://www.tbioptions.ksu.edu
http://www.tbioptions.ksu.edu/knowledge/

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