Brain injuries can be the most debilitating and difficult injuries from which to recover, not just for the injured person, but also for those close to the injured person. Every brain injury is unique. Brain injuries can affect nearly every aspect of one’s life from being able to take care of personal needs to work and to family relationships. Depending upon the severity of the injury, physical, cognitive and emotional/behavioral consequences can range from mild and manageable with the proper therapies to complete dependence in all areas of care. A catastrophic brain injury affects nearly every area of a person’s life including the physical, the emotional, the social and the financial.
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