Contents: Advice for leaving hospital; Tips for managing the effects of a brain injury; Where to get further information and support; Ways to help children and teenagers adjust to a brain injury in the family ; Practical suggestions; Ways to look after yourself.
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Contributors and Sources
Booklet Content and Concept Development Team, Headway Ireland: Lead – Ruth Lunnon, Senior Information and Support Officer; Catherine O’Hare, Information and Support Officer, Ciaran Nolan, Counsellor; Richard Stables Information and Support Manager and Sonya Gallagher, Senior Counselling Psychologist/Head of Rehabilitation Services, Headway Dublin.
Acknowledgement: Sincere thanks to the many Headway family members whose shared experiences made such a valuable contribution to the writing of this booklet and to the Headway staff members whose facilitation of this work was so vital to its success.
- Caring for someone with a brain injury. Richard Norris, Headway UK (2016).
- Getting better and better after brain injury: A guide for families, friends and caregivers (25 ideas). Jeffrey Kreutzer. The National Resource Centre for Traumatic Brain Injury, US (1999).
- Head Injury: The Facts. Audrey Daisley and others. Oxford University Press (2009).
- How can I communicate with my child about TBI? traumaticbraininjuryatoz.org (accessed January 2017).
- Living with Brain Injury– a guide for patients and families. Richard C Senelick. Healthsouth Press (2013).
- The Caregiver Helpbook: Powerful Tools for Caregivers. Legacy Caregiver Services, 2006.
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Please note: we have done our best to provide information that is correct and up-to-date. However, we cannot be responsible for any errors or omissions. Everyone’s brain injury affects them differently. You should not consider this information as a substitute for getting advice from a doctor or other professional.
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