NRH Press’s latest book, Managing Brain Injury: A Guide to Living Well with Brain Injury, is now available. This useful guide is designed to help people face the challenge of life after brain injury and features hopeful stories from patients and families and a foreword written by ABC News Anchor Bob Woodruff, who suffered a brain injury in 2006 while covering the war in Iraq.
The book is edited by NRH Brain Injury Program Directors Michael Yochelson, M.D., and Penny Wolfe, PhD.
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There will always be accidents, injuries, violence and the unpredictability of life. But one thing that can ease the journey is a book like Managing Brain Injury: A Guide to Living Well with Brain Injury, which offers patients and families practical, useful information and helps to make some sense out of what is often, especially initially, a senseless situation.
The brain injury experts at National Rehabilitation Hospital have drawn on their years of clinical experience to help patients and caregivers cope with the process of rehabilitation. It’s a realistic look at what patients and families can expect throughout the journey . . . . Especially helpful are the personal stories of hope from men and women who have suffered brain injury, moved through the rehabilitative process and successfully rebuilt their lives. I applaud NRH for compiling such a critical resource.
— From the Foreword, Bob Woodruff, ABC News