The following online resources are meant to help guide families, friends, and healthcare professionals in learning more about the alternative therapies that may assist those with all forms of traumatic or acquired brain injury (TBI, ABI).
Our definition of TBI/ABI includes those who have suffered a brain injury or neurological complications due to stroke or ischemic events such as drowning, electrocution, drug overdose, and heart attacks that starve the brain of oxygen.
With alternative therapies, as with mainstream approaches, there is always an element of chance, luck, and randomness. What works brilliantly for one survivor, may not work for another, and we may never know why. All one can do is try one’s best, and hope for improvement.
Resources for survivors, families, and professionals.
TBI resource guide. Monthly summary of worldwide research.
Resource guide for families of children with special needs, including ABI.
Pediatric TBI resource.
NYS Brain Injury Association. A great resource for support of all kinds, networking, and referrals.
Resources and support to injured servicemen, veterans, and families.
Resources and programs for servicemen, veterans, and families.
Resources and respite for families of wounded warriors.
Advocacy and resources for veterans with TBI.
Resources for the caregiver and those supporting her/him.
Residential rehabilitation facility for brain injury survivors; scholarships available.
Financial aid for survivors seeking HBOT treatment and other alternative therapies.
HBOT treatment for wounded veterans. Scholarships are available.
Premier knowledge base for HBOT and wounded veterans. Scholarships are available.