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Notebook exercises are designed to help patients with brain injuries develop and refine writing skills and to encourage interaction with their environment. People receiving inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services at Mayo Clinic have access to a variety of advanced assistive technology options.
The Traumatic Brain Injury Model System, funded by the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILLR), studies the course of recovery and outcomes following traumatic brain injury (TBI) and develops, evaluates and provides services to address care coordination and community reintegration.
Dr. Brown's research projects focus on innovative services and studies that support the needs and reintegration of patients and families affected by traumatic brain injury.
Dr. Allen Brown and his colleagues have published extensively in the area of traumatic brain injury.
Traumatic Brain Injury Model System at Mayo Clinic: Learn about the CONNECT trial and resources for patients and family members.
The Traumatic Brain Injury Model System advances its traumatic brain injury (TBI) research through the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living and Rehabilitation Research
(NIDILRR) under the auspices of the Administration for Community Living, Department of Health and Human Services.
The Traumatic Brain Injury Model System publishes a newsletter featuring research findings, patients' stories, rehabilitation services and education conferences.
Contact the Traumatic Brain Injury Model System at Mayo Clinic about its research projects.
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