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Publications, Webcasts & External Resources

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 Federal TBI Program Publications

Resource Facilitation Survey Results, 2009 (2010)

Traumatic Brain Injury Public Awareness: A Collection of Campaign Profiles (2008)

Tips, Contacts, and Tools for State Agencies to Develop Solid Relationships with Educational Agencies and Key Children and Youth Organizations (2007)

Tips, Contacts, and Tools for Protection and Advocacy Systems (P&A) to Develop Solid Relationships with Educational Agencies and Key Children and Youth Organizations (2007)

Traumatic Brain Injury Needs and Resources Assessment Tool (2006)

A Look at TBI Trust Fund Programs: Possible Funding Sources for Helping Individuals and Their Families Cope with Traumatic Brain Injury (2012)

Traumatic Brain Injury Screening: An Introduction (2006)

Building Capacity of Educators to Serve Students with TBI: A Regional Team Approach (2004)

Native Americans with Traumatic Brain Injury and the First National Native American Summit on TBI (2003)

Health Resources and Services Administration Traumatic Brain Injury and the U.S. Criminal Justice Syste

Children and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) in the Juvenile Justice System Webinar

TBI Sustainability Webinar

 MCHB Archived Web Casts

Ready, Set, Go: Including Children and Youth in TBI Programs (2008)

Unidentified TBI: The Importance of Finding Those Who "Get Lost" and Those "Not Found" (2008)

Veterans with TBI – The Veteran’s Health System (2008)

Reducing Restraint and Seclusion of Individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury (2006)

Behavior Assessment and Problem Solving Using Positive Behavior Supports for Students with Traumatic Brain Injury (2006)

Using a Team Approach to Employment of People with TBI (2005)

Building Statewide Capacity to Serve Students with TBI (2005)

Effective Partnerships – State TBI Programs and State MCH Programs (2005)

Veterans Health Benefits 101 for Protection and Advocacy TBI Advocates (2005)

TBI Trust Funds (2005)

TBI Medicaid Waiver Options and Issues (2005)

TBI/BIAA State Legislation Round Up (2004)

TBI & Domestic Violence (2004)

Working with Medical Professionals to Enhance and Support PATBI Advocacy and Education Efforts (2004)

Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) Public Awareness (2003)

TBI & Substance Abuse (2003)

TBI & Housing (2003)

 

 External Resources

Traumatic Brain Injury & Public Services in Michigan

This is a free training course intended for service providers in Michigan’s public service agencies, including: Area Agencies on Aging, Community Mental Health Services Providers, Department of Human Services, MI Choice Waiver Agents, special education professionals in Michigan’s schools, and anyone else who serves people with brain injury.

Course objectives are:

  • To ensure service providers understand the range of outcomes of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and the implications for assessment and care-planning. 
  • To improve the ability of service providers to identify and deliver appropriate services for persons with TBI – including coordination across service agencies when appropriate

This course is presented in four modules. Each module requires about 45 minutes to complete.

Institute of Medicine (IOM) of the National Academies – Consensus Report

Evaluating the HRSA Traumatic Brain Injury Program (2006)

In this report, the IOM Committee on Traumatic Brain Injury assesses the impact of the HRSA TBI Program. 

    • “Established in 1997, the TBI Program is a modest Federal initiative with broad ambitions; a grants program aimed at motivating States to create systems improvement on behalf of persons with TBI and their families.”
    • “The IOM Committee concludes that there has been demonstrable improvement in two essential preconditions for improving TBI service systems – State-level TBI systems infrastructure and the overall visibility of TBI have grown considerably.”