The Invisible Brain Injury Association wishes you Season’s Greetings and Happy New Year 2023!

Season's Greetings and Happy New Year!

Season’s Greetings and Happy New Year!!

We are a team (people with DCA, family, friends and professionals) full of will, experience and affection to facilitate invisible paths. We are excited to evolve, adapt to achieve the most satisfactory autonomy possible.

The social and often professional ignorance of these invisible sequelae makes it difficult for people who suffer from it to rehabilitate and accept it.

A huge gift: give visibility and raise awareness of brain damage.


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Video summary of the webinar: “Three perspectives after an acquired brain injury caused by a head trauma (TBI)”

Video of the Webinar: Three views on the invisible impairments of an TBI. Invisible Brain Injury Association.

The Invisible Brain INJURY Association presents a meeting that shows three perspectives after an acquired brain injury caused by a head trauma (TBI).

This webinar overview focuses on the functional, cognitive, emotional, and behavioral IMPAIRMENTS of two people with head trauma, as well as the emotional impact on two family members of affected people. IT Also SHOWS the perspective of the professionals ABOUT the importance of assessment and early and appropriate treatment for these people.
We share the presentations of two people with Traumatic Brain injury (TBI), two relatives, mother and partner of people with invisible consequences sequelae after their TBI and two professional neuropsychologists with extensive experience caring for people with this profile at different times of their process

At the end of the seminar there was a time for questions, some of which are incorporated into included in this summary.

We also did a survey about the webinar and the opinions of the attendees.

Questionnaire about the Webinar. Invisible Brain Injury Association

Questionnaire about the Webinar. Invisible Brain Injury Association
You can access the questionnaire

BRAINI2: rediscovering invisible brain injury

BRAINI: redescubriendo el daño cerebral invisible

Maternal-Child Acts Hall Hospital 12 de OctubreAvda. De Córdoba, s/n, Madrid. BRAINI2: rediscovering Invisible Brain Injury. Round tables and conferences. ScheduleMonday 14 from 11:00 to 12:30Discipline: Medicine Target audience:Individual Public: … Leer más…