For those interested in, or affected by, issues relating to brain or spinal cord injury, we have compiled the collection of outstanding rehabilitation resources below. QLI would like to thank and recognize these organizations and associations for their efforts to further our understanding of the human condition and to improve the lives of those affected by these disabilities.


[tab_1]Brain Injury Links Brain Injury Association of America Brain Injury Alliance of NE The Center on Brain Injury Research and Training The Brain Injury Guide & Resources National Association of State Head Injury Administrators National Resource Center for Traumatic Brain Injury The Center for Outcome Measurement in Brain Injury (COMBI)

Magazines/Newspapers/Books Brain Injury: A Family Tragedy by Patty Abrahamson and Jeffery Abrahamson Brain, Heal Thyself: A Caregiver’s New Approach to Recovery from Stroke, Aneurysm, and Traumatic Brain Injuries by Madonna Siles and Lawrence J. Beuret Being with Rachel: A Personal Story of Memory and Survival by Karen Brennan Children with Traumatic Brain Injury: A Parent’s Guide by Lisa Schoenbrodt Confronting Traumatic Brain Injury: Devastation, Hope and Healing by William J Winslade Cracked: Recovering After Traumatic Brain Injury by Lynsey Calderwood Head Injury: The Facts (Oxford Medical Publications) by Dorthy Gronwall, Philip Wrightson, and Peter Waddel I Can’t Remember Me: Recovery After Traumatic Brain Injury by Judy Martin Urban and Courtney Martin Larson I’ll Carry the Fork! Recovering a Life After Brain Injury by Kara L. Swanson Listeing in the Silence, See in the Dark: Reconstructing Life After Brain Injury by Ruthann Johansen Living with Brain Injury by Philip L Fairclough Living with Brain Injury: A Guide for Families, Second Edition by Richard C. Senelick and Karla Dougherty Smile and Jump High! The True Story of Overcoming a Traumatic Brain Injury by Donald J. Lloyd, Shannon L. Kehoe, and Susan E. Lloyd [/tab_1]

[tab_2]Stroke Links American Heart Association American Diabetes Association Management of Stroke Rehabilitation, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Guidelines for the Prevention of Stroke in Patients With Stroke or Transient Ischemic Attack Evidence-Based Review of Stroke Rehabilitation, The Canadian National Survey of Rehabilitation Practices for Stroke Stroke, American Heart Association Neuro-QOL, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke [/tab_2]


Sports and Recreation Sportsmen Assisting Nebraska’s Disabled Sportsmen (SANDS) Eastern Nebraska Wheelchair Athletic Association (ENWAA) US Paralympics Great Plains Paralyzed Veterans of America Sports and Leisure Program Disabled Sports USA

Magazines/Newspapers/Books New Mobility Paraplegia News Sports ‘N Stokes Modern Disability The Spinal Cord Injury Handbook: For Patients and Their Families by Karla Dougherty Nothing is Impossible: Reflections on a New Life by Christopher Reeve Living with Spinal Cord Injury: A Wellness Approach by Adrian Cristian, M.D. Gimp by Mark Zupan Still Me by Christopher Reeve Spinal Cord Injury: A Guide for Living by Sara Palmer

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[tab_4]General Information Links Evidence Based Practice, American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health Clinical Search Engine, Trip Veterans Health Administration Research & Development, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Advances in Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation (ACNR) National Rehabilitation Information Center National Center for Dissemination of Disability Research Rehabilitation Research and Development, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Center of International Rehabilitation Research Information and Exchange National Injury Prevention Foundation

Family/Caregiver Links Family Caregiver Alliance: National Center on Caregiving American Psychological Association Caregiver Resources

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Call Light Systems Amazon Echo “Drop In” Smart Caregiver Buttons Nest Cam IQ Security Camera

Computer Access – Voice Controlled Access Dragon Naturally Speaking for Windows: Speech recognition software that provides hands-free access to your Windows PC. Create and edit documents, send emails, browse the web, and more. Numerous versions available. Dragon Naturally Speaking for Mac: Slightly more limited than Dragon’s Windows version.

Computer Access – Mousing Devices Kensington Expert Mouse Wireless Tackball Kensington Slimblade Tackball Logitech Wireless Trackball M570 Magic Trackpad 2 SmartNav GlassOuse QuadJoy TetraMouse Tobii PC Eye Mini Steady Mouse

Phone Access Apple Accessibility Android Accessibility

Phone Access – Bluetooth Earpieces Plantronics Voyager Legend Plantronics Voyager Edge Motorola Hint Motorola Hint

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