The following linkages are a few of the many that are available on the Internet to provide information and support for people interested in TBI. Many of these sites provide additional linkages to hundreds of other sources of help.
- Brain Injury Association of America, Inc.
This site provides linkages to many other organizations, including state chapters of BIAA, which are often excellent resources in finding help in your own state or region of the country. Provides good information on brain injury and informational resources relevant to TBI.
- National Association of State Head Injury Administrators
This website provides resources on brain injury policy, program, and services, aimed at state employees and others interested in state government.
BrainLine is a national multimedia project offering information and resources about preventing, treating, and living with TBI. BrainLine includes a series of webcasts, an electronic newsletter, and an extensive outreach campaign in partnership with national organizations concerned about traumatic brain injury. The website provides a wealth of information for people with TBI, their families and professionals.
- Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center
The MSKTC is a national center that works to put research into practice to serve the needs of people with traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, and burn injuries. The Center provides numerous resources for people with disabilities and their families, with a separate section on TBI.
- Think First
This website focuses on prevention of traumatic brain injury through education, research and policy
General Support for Consumers and Caregivers
- The Perspectives Network
Frequently-asked questions translated from English into Chinese, Spanish, French, Italian, Dutch, Danish, Norwegian, and Greek; also a variety of other resources.
- BI Home
Message boards, stories, Web resources, writings, and so on.
- Brain Injury Chat Rooms
Chat rooms for people with TBI and friend/family members.
How Can I Tell If It Is a Brain Injury?
- Brain Interrupted
This website was developed by the John Blair Haldeman Endowed Fund, in conjunction with staff of the BIRC-MS. It’s goal is to provide information to people who suspect that a brain injury is a source of problems they are experiencing or that they observe in others, like a family member. It also provides resources for those who think brain injury is the problem – what can you do now?