Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

In addition to the short term effects of a Traumatic Brain Injury (dizziness, confusion, loss of consciousness, etc.), people with a longer term Traumatic Brain Injury may:

  • Experience intellectual challenges, such as learning difficulties, understanding speech, memory, and problem-solving
  • Experience physical challenges, such as seizures, feeling dizzy or vertigo, and headaches
  • Experience sensory challenges, such as difficulty with hand-eye coordination, double vision, and difficulty with balance
  • Experience emotional challenges, such as depression, anxiety, insomnia, and mood swings
  • Experience behavioral challenges, such as difficulty with self-control and aggression

The impact of a Traumatic Brain Injury can range from mild to devastating. But you are not alone in your TBI journey. Whether you are a survivor of a Traumatic Brain Injury or a member of a survivor's support system, we are here to help you get the resources you need to live a safe and full life.

Resources and support

Local groups and programs can help you navigate a Traumatic Brain Injury. Explore these resources:

How we serve you

If you’re a member of Cardinal Innovations, there are services to assist you with a Traumatic Brain Injury. Learn about a service type or find a provider specializing in Traumatic Brain Injuries.

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