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Head Injury and Brain Trauma Development in Children

Head Injury and Brain Trauma Development in Children

Tip cards on head injury and brain development in children

A head injury can damage the developing brain of a child. The brain of a child is more vulnerable to an injury because it is not fully developed. Some effects from an injury or trauma to a child's brain are seen immediately.  Others may show up over time as the child's brain develops. These tip cards have information and tips for parents and caregivers on acquired and traumatic brain injury in children.


Seizures after Brain Injury

Many survivors of brain injury have seizures immediately after the injury or over time. Common questions of families, survivors and caregivers are answered about the causes, types and treatment of seizures after acquired brain injury.
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