Recovery from a brain injury may have an unpredictable course, and looks different for each individual and family. Many factors contribute to the ultimate outcome and it is hard to prepare for the full magnitude of the life changes the injury has created or may create. Learning from day-to-day and on the go will help get you through the short term, while also providing you tools to advocate for yourself and/or your loved one for the long term.
Once the medical and rehabilitative process is completed, does not mean your loved one’s recovery from brain injury is complete or that life will resume as it was before. It's a process and knowing where to start in some key areas will help you through these transitions.
This section will provide guidance and tools as you learn to navigate life after brain injury:
- Home and Kitchen Responsibilities
- Daily Routines - Overview
- Return to School - Overview
Recreation and Community
Shepherd Center's Recreation Therapy Program - read more
Resources to assist in getting back into the community: