• TBI survivor gets back on her bike to help other veterans
      Posted by Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center on Dec. 2, 2015
    In 1987, retired Air Force Capt. Sue Davis was going for a bike ride — one of her favorite activities. As she rounded a corner, a car driving erratically collided with her. Sue wasn’t wearing a helmet.
  • Former Navy SEAL: “Talk to someone — because we’re out there”
      Posted by Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center on Sept. 30, 2015
    Retired Navy SEAL Ed Rasmussen began experiencing memory loss, migraines and unexpected changes in his mood — and his wife, Mary Beth, noticed it, too: “When he started losing his memory and it was getting really bad, I said, ‘What’s happening here?’”
  • TBI Diagnosis Helped Save a Family
      Posted by Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center on Sept. 24, 2015
    Service members, veterans and their families may bear the stress and confusion of living with a traumatic brain injury (TBI) — especially a concussion — long before it is diagnosed. Often it’s family and friends who are the first to see the signs and symptoms and urge their loved one to seek help.

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