Youngsville, North Carolina (PressExposure) July 19, 2011 -- Coping with life after a brain injury is not easy. The effects of a traumatic brain injury upon a person's ability to think and learn can be so overwhelming that the survivor literally struggles to get through each day. What we think of as routine can be a challenge for a survivor of a brain injury.
Here are the latest resources from Lash & Associates for survivors of brain injury:
Lost & Found - A Survivor's Guide for Reconstructing Life after a Brain Injury, is a practical and user friendly workbook and guide for survivors and their families packed with everyday strategies and tips. This workbook is a collection of brain injury survivor wisdom that users can apply each day, no matter where they are in their recovery.
Survival Kit - New Edition 2011 - our very popular planner/organizer has been reformatted and reprinted and is still loaded with all the tools needed for survivors to focus on day-to-day living - tools like reminders, charts, logs and calendars. It is perfect for every stage of the survivor's rehabilitation process.
A Survivor Strategies Package has been put together including both Lost & Found, and Survival Kit 2011, as a special offer. This package takes a detailed, practical approach with tools and strategies to help individuals get through every day and into the future.
Supporting Survivors and Caregivers after Brain Injury: A Program for Psychosocial Support is a new workbook for families, caregivers and therapists. It is based on the premise that a traumatic brain injury affects not only the individual, but the entire family.
Couples: Hope and Intimacy after Brain Injury and Stress and Anxiety after Brain Injury are two of the newest tip cards that deal with every aspect of life after a brain injury.
The Couples tip card corrects common myths about marriage, separation and divorce after a brain injury and gives practical tips for partners.
Stress and Anxiety helps survivors and family members identify the source of stress and find the necessary steps to reduce or eliminate it.