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Promoting Brain Injury Survivor Self-Advocacy and Collective Advocacy


This is the first ever USA national and international brain injury (abi which includes tbi) survivor policy and collective advocacy online forum. This online social community has developed, implemented and disseminated public policy on behalf of the brain injury survivor community since 2006. Everyone involved is a brain injury survivor and a brain injury survivor advocate. This is also a chat; peer support; information, education and referral online social community. This group is survivor operated and survivor-led. The owner/moderator is a tbi (traumatic brain injury) survivor. SABI is affiliated with the Brain Injury Network, a Section 501(c) (3) nonprofit advocacy organization and network operated by and for survivors of brain injury. Topics discussed include survivor priorities, brain injury survivor human rights, best practices for service provider organizations, government public policy, problems with insurance, community access, health care costs, basic safety-considerations, patient empowerment, patient advocacy, community reintegration, post tbi, Post TBI Syndrome, assistive devices, medical research standards, privacy and safety on the Internet, assessing social communiities, standards for college programs for students with brain injury, sport injuries, children and brain injury, school and brain injury, and a host of other topics.
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NIH grant announcement of request for research proposals on topic "Mechanism of Functional Recovery After Stroke PA-08-100 (R21)" It is well established that brain injury increases neurogenesis. ..... a plan for submission of GWAS data to the NIH-designated GWAS data repository, ...
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Rehabilitation is an important part of recovering from a stroke. Through rehabilitation ... Stroke Recovery: The Basics of Physical Rehabilitation ...
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Researchers discover ways to predict recovery from brain injury ... The Toronto researchers looked at other factors that may influence recovery of ...
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Hypothermia treatment may be the next most effective therapy after defibrillators when it comes to saving the lives of cardiac arrest victims who make it to the hospital, Douglas said.
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Because stroke recovery varies so widely from person to person, it's hard to predict how many abilities you might recover and how soon. ...
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The chances of recovery depend on the extent of injury to the brain and the patient's age, with younger patients having a better chance of recovery than ...
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