Newsletter: Week of March 18, 2020
Week of Mar 18, 2020 News PDF
Brain Injury Association of Michigan Launches Campaign to Increase Helmet Use Among Teens and Children
Categories of Care: What They Are, and Why They Matter
Look Twice, Save A Life! Loud Pipes Save Lives!
Being Mindful on Independence Day
To Drive or Not to Drive? Getting Behind the Wheel after a Traumatic Brain Injury
Brain Injury Association of Michigan: One-Sided No-Fault Reform Bill Doesn’t Go the Distance
What Is A Concussion and How Do We Treat It?
Triangulation – What Is It and How Does It Apply to the Role of Caregiver
As caregivers, we are each drawn to the work we do for a reason. It may be because we simply like to help, have someone in our lives suffering from a disease or an injury, or are just stopping along the way to get to another spot. Whatever the reason, our jobs involve helping people. This can be very rewarding and enriching – it can also be troubling, stressful and distressing. Read More