Changes in Memory After TBI consists of a suite of resources to help individuals with traumatic brain injury understand changes in memory after TBI and offers strategies that can help people who experience this function more effectively.
Our featured video shows Jason Cowper and Tonya Howell as they share their stories of coming to terms with changes in their memory, and strategies they use to compensate for these changes. The video also includes the perspectives of health care professionals at the Texas TBI Model System of TIRR Memorial Hermann, who provide clinical insight on the changes in memory that some people experience after sustaining a TBI.
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Working Memory Capacity Links Cognitive Reserve With Long-Term Memory in Moderate to Severe Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI): A Translational Approach
What is the study about?
Memory problems are very common in people with moderate to severe TBI. The information in this slideshow explains memory problems that may affect people with moderate to severe TBI. By understanding the new limits on their memory and ways to help overcome those limits, people with TBI can still get things done every day.
The way people experience or express emotions may change after a traumatic brain injury (TBI). While this can be distressing for family members and friends, many strategies can help manage these emotional concerns after TBI.