Building your Team

Brain injury is unpredictable in its consequences. Brain injury affects who we are, the way we think, act, and feel. It can change everything about us in a matter of seconds. The most important things to remember: 

  • A person with a brain injury is a person first  
  • No two brain injuries are exactly the same 
  • The effects of a brain injury are complex and vary greatly from person to person 
  • The effects of a brain injury depend on such factors as cause, location, and severity


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Rehab Professionals

Choosing a Rehab

The right place can make all the difference.


When looking for a rehabilitation facility, there are many things to consider. Here are some basic steps to help you choose the right place for you:


1. Get referrals. 

When looking at a program, speak with families and individuals with brain injuries who have been through the program. Keep an open mind and remember that personal preferences and needs vary from family to family. 

2. Consider location. 

Location should be just one of the many factors you consider in regard to a specialized head trauma program. If a nearby program isn't familiar with brain injury, it may be well worth the effort to travel an extra 50 or 100 miles. Only you can determine that after you've considered all the options. 

3. Schedule a visit and tour. 

Don't hesitate to ask any facility for a tour and private consultation to answer any questions you may have. Take time after visiting each program to look at how closely the existing program meets your priorities and criteria. 

4. Look for expertise. 

It's crucial that every professional (doctors, nurses, and other staff members) working with you have expertise in head injury. They must understand the cognitive (thinking and reasoning) needs as well as physical needs of the individual. And there should be a team approach to treatment and planning. 

5. Trust your opinions. 

Your opinions will continue to be the most important criteria in locating the best long-term care that you can.


Road to Recovery

This will be the 7 step process from Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA). For more information.  It takes one step at a time.  


The Road to Rehabilitation is the 7-step pathway to dealing with pain and brain injury. Learn more about each step by clicking on the link below.