When Your Spouse Has a Traumatic Brain Injury

A health care provider looking at brain scans

You may be facing many new and difficult changes in your life if your spouse has suffered a moderate or severe brain injury. Caring for your spouse and family, educating yourself on brain injuries, and handling the emotional side effects will be your new priorities. Understanding the difficulties faced by patients with TBIs can make things a little easier for you and your family.

As you help your spouse along the road to rehabilitation and recovery, your busy schedule should include taking care of yourself.

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