This is by no means a comprehensive list of websites. However, these are a few that we have found useful:
The Brain Injury Association of America’s mission is to advance brain injury prevention, research, treatment and education and to improve the quality of life for all people affected by brain injury.
The Brain Injury Association of America—Maine Chapter is dedicated to increasing awareness of brain injury, providing information, resources and support for individuals who have sustained brain injuries and their families, and advocating for prevention and improved funding and services across Maine.
The Brain Injury Hope Network, created by survivor David Grant, offers a wide range of resources to all affected by brain injury, including a vibrant social community and a monthly magazine, which is free to digital subscribers.
Brainline is source of facts, information, resources, and support for preventing, treating, and living with brain injury.
The Crash Reel is a documentary film about champion snowboarder Kevin Pearce and his journey after a severe brain injury.
The Epilepsy Foundation New England is dedicated to helping people with epilepsy, working to solve its problems and supporting research to find a cure.
Lash & Associates Publishing/Training offers brain injury books and resources for traumatic brain injury, mild traumatic brain injury, concussion, blast injury and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Maine Adaptive Sports & Recreation is the largest year-round adaptive recreation program in the state of Maine for adults and children with physical disabilities.
The Model System Systems Knowledge Translation Center develops evidence-based resources for people with brain injuries and their supporters.
Mozaic Mama: Brain Injury Voices member Hilary Zayed re-invented herself as an artist after her brain injury.
My Life as a Semicolon: Brain Injury Voices member Ken Shapiro's blog traces his hemorrhagic stroke from aneurysm diagnosis through recovery.
The mission of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke is to reduce the burden of neurological disease--a burden borne by every age group, by every segment of society, by people all over the world. (Search brain injury)
The National Stroke Association seeks to reduce the incidence and impact of stroke by developing compelling education and programs focused on prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and support for all impacted by stroke
The National Aphasia Organization promotes public education, research, rehabilitation and support services to assist people with aphasia and their families.
The Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association provides information about visual problems that may occur after brain injury.
New England Rehabilitation Hospital of Portland provides comprehensive inpatient and outpatient medical rehabilitation to patients with stroke, brain injury, cardiac, pulmonary, spinal cord injury, amputation and other neuro-muscular impairments.
TBI Survivor: Jeff Sebell is a brain injury survivor and author.
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