At DVBIC, we’re committed to providing resources on traumatic brain injury (TBI) to help service members, veterans, family members and health care providers. These resources fall into two major categories: clinical tools and patient education fact sheets. Many resources are available for download or can be ordered at no cost. For more information, please visit Frequently Asked Questions. Browse all of our resources below to get started. You can also use the search feature to locate the resources that best meet your needs.
DVBIC develops practical, easy-to-use clinical tools to support military and civilian health care providers in assessing and treating service members and veterans who have sustained a TBI. Providers can access clinically-relevant information and resources that address common symptoms associated with mild TBI, such as dizziness, sleep disturbances and vision problems. The clinical tools include clinical recommendations, support tools, training slides, fact sheets and brochures. Check out our Clinical Tools.
DVBIC offers a variety of educational information and resources to help patients and their families learn about mild, moderate, severe or penetrating TBI. The topics covered include signs and symptoms, coping and recovery, and prevention. Through fact sheets, as well as booklets and guides, service members and veterans can learn more about the common challenges experienced by people after sustaining a brain injury. Families can access helpful information to support their loved ones affected by TBI. Check out our Fact Sheets.
Vision Problems After Concussion: A Patient Education Brochure
This brochure helps concussed service members understand vision problems and provides insight into treatment options.
Warfighter Sleep Kit
This toolkit was discontinued in May 2017. When available, it provided information to service members on the impact of sleep on mission effectiveness and the importance of obtaining adequate sleep after a mild TBI.
Winter Helmets Fact Sheet
This fact sheet provides tips for choosing the right helmet for the right sport, with information about different safety features in helmets for skiing, snowboarding and snowmobiling.