NIH's Brain Injury Overview
This page on the National Institutes of Health website provides a general overview of brain injury.
A comprehensive resource for families caring for loved ones with chronic, disabling health conditions. Topics include information, advocacy, education, services and research.
The Rehabilitation Research Center (RRC) at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC) conducts research to better understand and improve outcomes after TBI and SCI. This website contains information on the activities of the RRC as well as a large collection of easily accessible online resources, including resource guides, educational materials, newsletters, and bulletin boards.
Tomorrow's Promise is a life care planning organization that can guide you
in your quest to provide a secure and satisfying life for your loved one
with a disability. Their planning experts are dedicated to helping you
coordinate all the details involved in caring for family members with
disabilities. Tomorrow's Promise gives you the tools you need to ensure your
loved ones are protected, even after you are gone.
San Diego Brain Injury Foundation
The San Diego Brain Injury Foundation website promote public awareness and social advocacy regarding brain injury. San Diego Brain Injury Foundation has been providing information and support to brain-injury survivors and their families since 1983.
This site provides an over view of Coastline Colleges's ABI Program, a two-year educational program designed to cognitively retraining brain injured adults.
The Epilepsy Alliance of Orange County is a new, community-based organization specifically addressing the needs of patients with epilepsy and their families. It was created to empower those fighting against this life-altering condition to continue existing programs and expand outreach of services and support.
California Brain Injury Association
The California Brain Injury Association is dedicated to creating a better future through brain injury prevention, research, education, and advocacy.