U of O
The Center on Brain Injury
Research & Training

Recommended Links

ACTive Program
http://activecoach.orcasinc.com/
The Oregon Center for Applied Science, with funding from the National Institutes of Health, recently conducted a clinical trial showing that coaches who view the ACTive program have significantly greater knowledge of concussion symptoms and display increased confidence in making decisions about concussion management.

BrainLine
http://www.brainline.org/
http://www.brainlinekids.org/
BrainLine is an extensive and easy to navigate site for preventing, treating and living with TBI. Funded by the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center, the site offers basic information about TBI and the brain, as well as webcasts, “ask an expert”, and specialized sections for TBI survivors, friends, family, and professionals.  The BrainLine Kids area is devoted to helping kids with TBI. 

Colorado TBI Resource Network
http://cokidswithbraininjury.com/
The Colorado Traumatic Brain Injury Resource Network website was designed through funding from the Colorado TBI Trust Fund to help school professionals help students with TBI. The site serves as a tool for educators, school administrators, school psychologists, related services professionals, and families.

The Council for Exceptional Children
http://www.cec.sped.org/am/template.cfm?section=Home
The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) works to improve the educational success of children and youth with disabilities and/or gifts and talents.

Lash & Associates Publishing
http://www.lapublishing.com
Lash & Associates is an excellent resource for all aspects of TBI. They offer books, tool kits and other resources to help treat and live with brain injury in children, adults, and veterans.

Oregon Department of Education
http://www.ode.state.or.us/search/results/?id=40
http://www.ode.state.or.us/search/page/?id=817
The gateway page for Special Education pages on the Oregon Department of Education website. Statement of eligibility forms for can be found at the second link (on the ODE site), with instructions in multiple languages.

Project LEARNet
http://www.projectlearnet.org/
LEARNet is a resource for teachers, clinicians, parents, and students, provided by the Brain Injury Association of New York State. LEARNet aims to provide “anytime access” to TBI consulting services to all schools and families, without the costs of a TBI specialist. The site offers video clips and information on specific problems for students with TBI.

TBI Education
http://www.tbied.org/
TBI Education offers evidence-based information and resources for people working with students who have a traumatic brain injury.