• After TBI: Supporting the Military Child
      Posted by Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center on April 19, 2017
    Military children make great sacrifices and face unique challenges. They often experience multiple moves, upsets to family routines, and separation from loved ones. These challenges become more difficult when a parent experiences an injury.
  • You Have the Power to Prevent TBI — Watch How
      Posted by Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center on March 27, 2017
    Many people think of traumatic brain injury (TBI) as a combat risk. However, most service members experience TBIs in non-deployed settings. That’s why the A Head for the Future “Power to Prevent” public service announcement video focuses on how to stay safe in everyday situations.
  • Military Spouse Speaks Up for Her Husband
      Posted by Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center on Feb. 21, 2017
    During a firefight while deployed, a 7.62 round bounced off of Army Sgt. 1st Class Bradley Lee’s helmet. He didn’t think anything of it at the time and continued on as if nothing had happened. After all, Lee thought that his “body was a machine and that it would do anything if you simply feed it.”

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