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Dr. Michael Lewis explains how getting more doctors to understand TBIs is really about education. Doctors tend not to believe it unless they read it in a medical journal. As much as that is wrong [More]
This video shares a concussion recovery tip about when should students return to school following a concussion. A Speech & Language Pathologist who works with concussion patients gives her advice to parents and teachers. Download [More]
In this Temerty Medicine Talk (https://temertymedicine.utoronto.ca/temerty-medicine-talks) the Globe and Mail’s ANDRÉ PICARD and University of Toronto experts discuss the city-wide approach to trauma care by U of T and partner hospitals, as well as how [More]
The long-term neurobehavioral and neurocognitive issues experienced by those living with brain injury can be challenging. This course is designed to add to the vocational support toolbox and help build more opportunities for success. This [More]
Discover the common misconception about traumatic brain injuries and how they are different from regular brain injuries. Learn why the term “mild traumatic brain injury” is misleading and the importance of understanding the severity of [More]
This episode is the second part of the series dedicated to infectious diseases of the brain which are some of the sources of Acquired Brain Injury. Infectious Meningitis is Meningitis caused by an invasion from [More]
The Maastricht UMC+ intensive care unit is home to many patients with severe brain injury, for example, due to an accident on the street that results in a bruised brain leading to a coma. Despite [More]
Craig Hospital in Denver, Colorado, is a world-renowned rehabilitation hospital that specializes exclusively in the neurorehabilitation and research of patients with spinal cord injury (SCI) and brain injury (BI). Craig is a not-for-profit, free-standing, national [More]
This year’s Bryant Cohen Empowerment Award winner is Andrew Davie. A client of BIS since 2019, Andrew has devoted a significant portion of his recovery journey to helping others with theirs. Now in graduate school [More]
This series of videos, A day in the life of an occupational therapist, provides those who are interested in a career in occupational therapy with insight into the range of clinical settings where occupational therapists [More]
This is the fourth in a series of five sessions. Presentation maaterials can be found at: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1oLp0aVUoTZpG9exGpf4itB8Y1ddnyYsK/view?usp=sharing The long-term neurobehavioral and neurocognitive issues experienced by those living with brain injury can be challenging. This course [More]
This video explores the complex role of life care planners, vocational experts, and economists in managing and assessing Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). It reviews the multifaceted approach required to quantify the impacts of TBI. The [More]
One man’s life changed forever when a low-speed collision left him with two pseudoaneurysms on either side of his skull. Personal injury attorney Chris Davis with @DavisLawGroupSeattle stepped in to handle the case and was [More]
1.5 million Canadians have an acquired brain injury (ABI). ABI doesn’t fit neatly into a box and is very complex. Brain injury survivors and caregivers need better supports and services.
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