Invisible Brain Injury

Invisible

Brain Injury

IBI

The invisible consequences of an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)

What is

IBi?

(Invisible Brain Injury)

Acquired Brain Injury is the disability caused by a sudden injury to the brain, such us head trauma (TBI), strokes, brain tumors, infections and other brain pathologies.

It is much more than a problem of mobility. There are many invisible impairments resulting from a sudden Brain Injury, that can greatly affect the quality of life of individuals and of their loved ones. It is very important to know them, identify them and include them in the  diagnosis, in order to have a good assesment and a good rehabilitation.

Not all disabilities

are visible

IBI

Invisible 

Brain Injury

Some of the invisible impairments can be:

COGNITIVE

Attention, memory, executive functions difficulties, cognitive fatigue...

BEHAVIOURAL

Lack of motor, impulsiveness, apathy, irritability, lack of initiative...

EMOTIONAL

Hypersensitivity or emotional inexpressiveness, Lack of empathy...

COMMUNICATIVE

Aphasia: Losing the ability to speak, understand, read or write...

PHYSICAL

Auditory and optical hypersensitivity, sleep disturbance, vision problems...

PSYCHOLOGICAL

Difficulties in accepting and adapting to changes, mood disorders...

Invisible Brain
Injury Association

About

us

We are an association of  ABI  survivors ( TBI, stroke, tumors and other brain pathologies), relatives, friends and neurorehabilitation clinicians.

The aim of this association is to raise awareness of ABI invisible impairments. We share first-person testimonies and professional opinions.

Testimonies

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Testimonies come to us through videos and writings from ABI survivors, relatives and professionals.

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