Welcome to HOPE TBI

This site is a way to hopefully take the struggle out of finding resources and information when someone is faced with a Trauma from a Polytrauma or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), and the resulting conditions from those injuries (acute or chronic pain, symptoms, experiences, processes, etc).

Whether the result of that Trauma is from a Sports Concussion, a Wreck (vehicle accident), Blunt Trauma from a Violent Act,  Veteran from one of our Armed Forces with a blast injury, a multi-system trauma, medical procedure (like a shunt), medical event (like a stroke, surgery)….or something not so seemingly simple/harmless as a slip and fall.

No matter who you are, if you are looking to have a better understanding – then this site is for you.

If you can find just one thing here in these pages that you did not know or might be useful, then here at HOPE TBI, our efforts will have been worth everything and made this all worthwhile.

Please explore each tab at the top.  You may find some useful information. Consider leaving a comment on the pages you read, and please let us know about any links that are not working (broken).  Bookmark this site so you can find it again later.

 

Help One Person Excel – To Be Independent

Follow our Blog by entering your email address in the section to the right, and keep up with our latest and greatest.

   Consider joining one of our Facebook Groups/Pages

HOPE TBI – FACEBOOK (FB) (online support and information Group)

HOPE TBI Co-Op and Exchange (donate items needed to others, acquire needed items  – no selling or vendors allowed here)

HOPE TBI – Facebook Page (we have a Facebook page; this is separate from the Support Group.  Remember to “LIKE” us on Facebook)

Follow us on Twitter: HOPE TBI (@hope_tbi)

Contact us:         hopetbi4ever@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

7 thoughts on “Welcome to HOPE TBI

  1. Would you be interested in my sons story? He sustained a TBI 19/4/15 when a vehicle he was a passenger in was hit by a drunk driver. His scull was decompressed 25 mm the area the side of your open hand and his whole brain moved 3.5mm to the left side. He has started a blog called life less limits. Please have a look and if you think it would be suitable contact him on Facebook. Dylan czeladka he is 23 years old

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    • Kath….thank you for checking out our website. To answer your question, we would be honored to share your son’s story. We welcome all brain injury stories….even yours…. as his mom and how this has affected you on a parent level. Your story may help other parents who have a child (regardless of their childs age). Please consider submitting yours as well. Thank you for reaching out. Never give up HOPE

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