On-Site Resource Center
MONDAY – FRIDAY 9:00 – 4:30
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PHONE: (401) 228-3319
1017 WATERMAN AVENUE EAST PROVIDENCE RI
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Brain Injury Resource Guides
- Educational Pamphlets & Brochures
Information About Regional Rehabilitation Opportunities
Referrals, Professional Needs:
Brain Injury In-Service Training for professional & community groups
Rhode Island Brain Injury Resource Guides are now available free of charge to individuals with brain injury, family members, professionals, provider agencies and organizations. Contact the Brain Injury Association Resource Center to request your copy or to make arrangements to obtain a supply for your agency at (401) 228-3319 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Links & Resources
The Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) is the country’s oldest and largest nationwide brain injury advocacy organization.
Cerebral Palsy resources and information for families
Makoa – The pages on this site were created and are maintained solely by Jim Lubin, who is a C2 quadriplegic, completely paralyzed from the neck down and dependent on a ventilator to breathe, using an keyboard/mouse emulator with a sip and puff switch to type morse codes. This site has been on-line since 1994.
Included in this site, you will find information about TBI; responses by TBI survivors throughout the world on various aspects of their lives; the opportunity to contribute your feedback about living with TBI or your disability; my own writings on my own experiences; and information about my books for purchase. This is a resource for us; and there is much here of great value.
Link to an article:
Traumatic Brain Injury Also called: Acquired brain injury, TBI
This site is a service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine
National Institutes of Health.
The site is a financial planning resource. It contains information, resources and funding on independent living. The site also contains guides for families and students with disabilities searching for financial aid for college.