Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Heath and Traumatic Brain Injury
Official DCoE profile on Pinterest to share info to help service members, veterans and families with psychological health and traumatic brain injury (#TBI).
Military Family Lifestyle Survey Asks: ‘What Are Your Top Challenges?’ #milfam
Learn how sleep impacts Warfighter performance and health, and how to combat the effects of sleep loss on performance in this HPRC infographic. hprc-online.org/...
DCoE Webinar Addresses How to Return to Activity Safely After a TBI
Tips for Improving Your Memory After a Concussion
March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. You can help promote brain injury awareness and prevention. Learn the leading causes of a traumatic brain injury, what you can do to prevent it and more at dvbic.dcoe.mil. Then share what you learn with others. Be sure to also read/share brain injury highlights posted to the DCoE Blog, Facebook and Twitter all month!
A bump or jolt to the head could mean more than you think. The best policy is to see a health care provider as soon as possible. Still not convinced? The information listed in “10 Reasons To Get That Bump to Your Head Checked Out” should give you reason to think otherwise. www.dcoe.mil/...
Hit your head? This infographic from The Crash Reel helps determine if you should seek medical attention. Share with your friends! thecrashreel.com/...
Does Stigma Have You Cornered? Regain Control, Seek Help for Your Mental Health
Mental Health Providers Explore Mobile Treatment Technology
Introducing New Clinical Recommendations for Concussion Recovery
Download or order these *NEW* educational brochures for your office or installation on returning to duty after a mild traumatic brain injury, also known as concussion, at dvbic.dcoe.mil/....
"Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any other."
Accept the challenges so that you can feel the exhilaration of victory.