High Hopes Head Injury Program
Monday, March 27, 2017
Every brain is different, and thus every brain injury is unique. No two experiences of brain injury will be identical. Brain injury can affect every aspect of and individual’s life: physical, cognitive, emotional, social, and behavioral. There is hope through the recovery progress and services people do get better and regain their lives.
There are some commonly seen consequences of brain injury. A person who has sustained a brain injury may experience some of the following:
Attention and/or concentration difficulties:
Emotional and Behavioral Changes:
Please be aware that this is a partial list of possible consequences of brain injury. This list should not be constructed as a diagnostic tool. If you suspect that you or a loved one has sustained a brain injury, you need to seek appropriate medical attention.