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TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY 

 

Domestic Violence and Traumatic Brain Injury

Brain Injury Association of Virginia, 2 pages
Tip card providing information on traumatic brain injury (TBI), one of the most unrecognized consequences of domestic violence. It includes facts about TBI, causes, signs and symptoms, and support services.
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Heads UP! Poster to Help Identify Traumatic Brain Injury

New York State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence, 1 page
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Traumatic Brain Injury and Domestic Violence

New York State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence, 18 pages
Overview of the intersection of domestic violence and traumatic brain injury (TBI) providing information for brain injury service providers about screening for victimization and what to do if abuse is disclosed, and for domestic violence service providers about understanding and screening for TBI and tips for working with abused women with TBI.
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Traumatic Brain Injury and Domestic Violence

Northeast Center for Special Care
Web page includes links to a podcast, PowerPoint presentations, fact sheets, and more.
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Victimization of Persons with Traumatic Brain Injury or Other Disabilities: A Fact Sheet for Friends and Families

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2 pages
Fact sheet including information about why people with traumatic brain injury are vulnerable to victimization and how to help those who are victimized.
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Victimization of Persons with Traumatic Brain Injury or Other Disabilities: A Fact Sheet for Professionals

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 5 pages
Fact sheet including information about the victimization of persons with traumatic brain injury (TBI), including the extent of the problem, the victimizers, and factors that make persons with TBI susceptible to victimization.
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