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Behavior after Traumatic Brain Injury in Adults and Veterans

Behavior after Traumatic Brain Injury in Adults and Veterans

Tip cards on changes in behavior after traumatic brain injury

Families, survivors and caregivers describe changes in behavior as the most difficult challenges after a traumatic brain injury. These tip cards give information on behavioral changes and challenges in adults and veterans with strategies for coping and treatment.

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Behavior Basics: The ABCs of behavior after brain injury

This tip card helps explain behavior changes in survivors after brain injury and describes problems commonly faced by their families and caregivers. Learning how to manage difficult behavior can ease the stress of family members once they understand the causes and consequences of these behaviors and learn what they can do to improve the situation.
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Behavior Planning

Families and caregivers of traumatic brain injury survivors are faced with a significant challenge when the survivor begins to exhibit difficulty controlling behavior(s). This tip card provides a listing of common behaviors, who should be enlisted to provide assistance, how to develop effective behavior plans, and the importance of cooperation between all those involved in the treatment and recovery of the person with brain injury.

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Cognition and Behavior Tool Kit

BEHAVIOR FUNCTIONAL REHABILITATION ACTIVITY MANUAL -- Brain injury rehabilitation manual with functional activities for adolescents and adults on social skills, interpreting cues, assertiveness, communication, anger management, and vocational interests. Click Here for Additional Information.

FAMILY REHABILITATION ACTIVITY MANUAL -- A brain injury rehabilitation manual containing functional activities specifically designed for families for use at home and in community. With shortening stays in rehabilitation programs, individuals with brain injuries are returning home sooner after their injuries. This means that many families become responsible for caregiving, supervision and/or emotional support at home and in the community. Click Here for Additional Information

COGNITION FUNCTIONAL REHABILITATION ACTIVITY MANUAL -- Brain injury rehabilitation manual with functional activities on cognition for brain injury programs and persons with disabilities. Activities on memory, attention, orientation, awareness, problem solving, communication, money management, and community safety are designed for easy instruction and implementation. Not only for persons with brain injury, this manual can be used for persons with a wide range of developmental or neurological impairments. Click Here for Additional Information

COGNITIVE COMMUNICATION: FUNCTIONAL ACTIVITIES MANUAL -- Cognitive communication rehabilitation activity manual is for adults with acquired brain injuries (ABI), such as traumatic brain injury, stroke, tumor or dementia. It can be used by individuals who are in high school, who have returned from the military or who have developed cognitive based language challenges from any type of brain trauma. It is also helpful for persons with age related memory loss and mild cognitive impairments. Click Here for Additional Information

70 TIP CARDS Supply of 5 tip cards each on 14 topics filled with strategies for attention, behavior, self-awareness, cognition, executive function, fatigue and overload, journaling, memory, memory strategies, communication, confabulation, irritability and anger, sensory hypersensitivities, and sleep. Great for patient and staff education.

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Intimacy, Sexuality and Sex After Brain Injury

Intimacy, sexuality and sex change after a brain injury. This tip card helps survivors of brain injury, families, couples, caregivers and counselors talk about intimacy, sexuality and sex and learn what is “normal” and communicate more openly. It provides practical tips about sex, sexuality and intimacy after a brain injury.
 

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Positive Interactions: After brain injury

Behavior after brain injury is often viewed as negative, not positive. Interactions with survivors who have changes in cognition and behavior after a brain injury are often frustrating for caregivers, families and even therapists. Too often they lead to arguments, interruptions and disagreements. This tip card gives strategies to help build positive interactions with survivors of brain injury. It shows how to deal with refusals to participate in therapy or activities with tips on improving the survivor’s motivation.
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