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1997 TBI Resource Directory*
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*The revised 2004 directory will be available soon.

Additional Websites:


Brain Injury Association of America
8201 Greensboro Drive
Suite 611
McLean, VA 22102
1-800-444-6443

The BIA of RI is a statewide non-profit organization dedicated to providing support, education, advocacy, research & prevention. We have a variety of programs that provide information & resources in our Brain Injury Resource Center including a set of 5 brain injury trainings for professional groups, provider agencies, and community organizations. We are active in the public policy arena, both within the State and nationally, providing advocacy trainings for consumers, family members, professionals and the general population. Please visit our website for more information. We also maintain an in-state toll-free number, 1-888-824-8911.

For: educators, survivors, families, caregivers, general population. Directed towards all age groups.

CDC
A Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) resource guide that is the internet central source of information on rehabilitation centers, services, research, and products relating to TBI recovery and post acute rehabilitation. It offers a newsletter, updated information and research on specific TBI topics.
For: Families, survivors, educators, caregivers, general public. Directed towards all age groups.

National Center for Injury Prevention
Through CDC, this site offers information on injury surveillances and the resulting costs. It stresses the importance of injury prevention and offers prevention information, strategies, monthly themes, and numerous free materials.
For: Families, survivors, educators, caregivers, general public. Directed towards all ages.

Brain Injury Resource Center
This site provides information, education and support to patients and survivors with a head injury and their families Through tools offered, they promote self-advocacy and self-care, centered on collaborative partnerships.
For: Families, survivors, educators, caregivers, general public. Directed towards all ages.

Lash Publishing Assoc.
Marilyn Lash is an author of many good, easy to read, informative materials on brain injury, it’s consequences and strategies. This site offers free samples and materials for purchasing or viewing.
For: Families, educators, survivors, caregivers, general public. Directed towards all ages.

The Perspective Network
This sites primary focus is positive communication between persons with brain injury, family members/caregivers/friends of persons with brain injury, professionals who treat persons with brain injury and community members in order to create a positive change and enhance the public’s awareness and knowledge of TBI. It offers information in several languages and offers survivor identification cards.
For: Families, educators, survivors, injury professionals, caregivers, general public. Directed towards all ages.

The NeuroScience Center
The NeuroScience Center offers a library of information and workshops on cognitive rehabilitation.It provides a directory of survivors worldwide and a facility directory of treatment facilities worldwide with a calendar of upcoming events.
For: Families, educators, survivors, caregivers, general public. Directed towards all ages.

Brain Injury Center

The Brain Injury Center created this site to serve those affected by brain injury through advocacy, education, prevention, research, service and support. It addresses families in crisis and the role of attitude.
For: Families, survivors, caregivers, educators, general public. Directed towards all ages.

Brain Source
Brain Source provides information and resources about the brain, brain injury, rehabilitation, neuropsychology, creativity and learning as well as additional links to other informative sites. It was created to present and explore contributions of clinical neuropsychology and to understand the lifestyle challenges produced when the brain is injured.
For: Survivors, caregivers, families, educators, legal and psychology professionals.
Directed towards all ages.

Safe Kids Coalition
Safe Kids Coalition provides information and resources about facts and statistics of injuries as well as informative injury prevention techniques.
For: Survivors, families, and educators. Directed towards all ages

National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration
NHTSA works to reduce deaths, injuries, and economic losses resulting from vehicle crashes. This site offers free safety materials.
For: families and educators. Directed towards all ages

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