A brain injury can happen anytime, anywhere, to anyone. Brain injuries do not discriminate. An injury that happens in an instant can bring a lifetime of physical, cognitive and behavioral challenges. Brain injury affects the individual, family, friends, coworkers and many other social networks. Roles in an relationship change, financial ramifications can be extensive. However, early and adequate access to care will greatly increase overall quality of life for the individual with a brain injury.
Brain injury can cause challenging cognitive (problems with memory, information processing, concentration, judgment, initiating activities and others), physical (seizures, muscle spasms, fatigue, headaches, balance problems and others), psychosocial behavior and emotional impairments (depression, mood swings, anxiety, impulsivity, agitation and others).
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