Back to School: Guide to Academic Success After Traumatic Brain Injury

Achieving Academic Success After Traumatic Brain Injury

Cover of Back to School: Guide to Academic Success After Traumatic Brain InjuryIf you are a service member or a veteran with ongoing symptoms from a traumatic brain injury (TBI), the Back to School: Guide to Academic Success After Traumatic Brain Injury is an excellent resource to consult as you pursue higher education. Whether it is college, university or vocational school, this online resource will help you do the following:

  • Navigate campus life
  • Manage ongoing symptoms
  • Learn strategies for success
  • Transition smoothly to a civilian setting
  • Advocate for yourself

Please see your health care provider if you have not been diagnosed with a TBI. Many service members have other conditions that accompany TBI, such as post-traumatic stress. Your provider can help you manage these issues as you return to school.

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