Increasing Community Awareness of TBI and Reducing Attitudinal Barriers - A Video Series
Angelle M. Sander, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Dept. of PM&R
Baylor College of Medicine
Director, Brain Injury Research Center
TIRR Memorial Hermann
Lack of understanding about TBI among family, friends, neighbors, co-workers, and others can lead to attitudinal barriers that limit a person with TBI from participating fully in their community. These videos were developed as a part of the T-2 Project, Increasing Awareness of TBI and Reducing Attitudinal Barriers. Feel free to share these videos with anyone you know in the community who may want more information about traumatic brain injury and how it affects those who have been injured.
The following videos are available for viewing in versions with and without closed captioning:
- Introduction and Background of the Project | Closed Caption
- What is Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)? | Closed Caption
- Introduction of Survivors and Family Members | Closed Caption
- Reduced Awareness | Closed Caption
- Coping with Emotional and Behavioral Changes | Closed Caption
- Language and Communication Skills after TBI | Closed Caption
- Coping with Memory and Attention Problems | Closed Caption