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Check out the Maryland Traumatic Brain Injury Advisory Board 2012 Report HERE.


Have you checked out this List of Helpful Smartphone Apps compiled by the Defense Centers of Excellence.

Everyone knows the U.S. Government’s web site is expansive. But did you know you can learn how to better use it? Click on this link to find tutorials about how to navigate and make your interaction with the federal government just a little bit easier!


Centers for Disease Control Manual 
General TBI and General Resource links 
Other Brain Injury and Related Organizations

TBI Affects More Than 30 Million Americans

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates 3.17 million people ( over 1% of the U.S. population) live with a life-long disability as a result of TBI. Research suggests that for every person hospitalized with a brain injury, three to five others who are injured do not receive any care at all. This is the Hidden TBI population and includes children on the playground, young athletes, battered partners and children, and returning service members. The TBI Research Review has published a Policy and Procedure manual for diagnosing, treating and living with the lifelong effects of traumatic brain injuries. You can access this manual here (pdf) 

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Mount Sinai Medical Center TBI Consumer Reports  - a chat room with list of additional websites.  - helpful for those who are waiting for someone in a coma  - helpful information on TBI  - resource for support as a primary caregiver of one's spouse  - a series of articles about head and brain injuries  Ride Away is America's largest provider of accessible vehicles and vehicle modifications including hand controls, wheelchair and scooter lifts, ramps, raised doors, lowered floors and specialized gas, brake and steering controls. (11 East Coast locations)

Medical Assistance for Workers with Disabilities (MAWD)

MAWD is a health insurance program for individuals who are adults, who are disabled, and who are working. Adults who are accepted into this program get full Medical Assistance benefits, including full prescription coverage, by paying a monthly premium of 5% of their “countable income." MAWD can be your primary insurance or your secondary insurance, even if you are covered by Medicare, since your primary insurance may not cover all of your health care needs, co-payments, and deductibles. There is no minimum requirement for the number of hours you must work or how much you must earn to be eligible for MAWD; however, income and resource limits do apply to this program. Families or professionals who have questions regarding this relatively underutilized benefit should call the Law Offices of Joseph L. Romano, Esquire at 1-800-331-4134. You will also find this information in Chapter 8 of our Resource Directory

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Funding for students with disabilities 
Want to go back to school? There is a way! Students with disabilities may be eligible for financial aid
Click here to find out more! 

TechMatrix - Assistive Technology Tools for Learning 
Want to continue your education but need assistive technology? Check out TechMatrix to find learning support.  Click here to find out more. 

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Other Brain Injury Organizations

Brain Injury Association of America -  
National Association of State Head Injury Administrators -  
Coma Recovery Association -  
National Aphasia Association -  
National Headache Foundation -  
Vestibular Disorders Association - 
American Stroke Association -  
The Neurotrauma Registry -  
Encephalitis Global -  
American Brain Tumor Association -  
National Center on Shaken Baby Syndrome - 
Motorcyclists -

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