Traumatic Brain Injury - Organization is the Key for Survivors
Traumatic brain injuries can leave victims with symptoms of poor memory, lack of organizational skills, inability to multitask, confusion, fatigue and a general inability to enjoy life and perform duties as one did prior to the accident that caused the injury. Although these are debilitating and life altering problems, there are devices, systems, and treatments that will help.
Diagnosis is the key however to obtaining early treatment for traumatic brain injury. Once you have been diagnosed with a TBI, you may begin the process of cognitive therapy and the many other tools neurologists and neuropsychologists have at their disposal.
It is very important for the traumatic brain injury victim to get into cognitive therapy as soon as possible following any kind of diagnosis.
Cognitive therapy can help you recover certain skills, become better organized, and teach the use of various procedures designed to aid you in regaining some normalcy to your life The simple use of a calendar or list detailing what has to be done each day can be immensely beneficial, as well as learning to use more sophisticated electronic devices that can greatly help you manage your brain injury.
If you or someone you know has had a head injury of any kind and has been diagnosed with traumatic brain injury, you need personal injury attorneys who know the law. Karns & Kerrison personal injury and traumatic brain injury lawyers offer free consultations and no fee unless successful. Their experience in handling TBI cases is extensive, and they are familiar with reviewing the kinds of data that can help prove negligence in an injury situation. Contact them now at any one of their easy to reach Rhode Island locations for a free consultation or more information.