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Traumatic Brain Injury

If  your loved one suffers from a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), the entire family is affected. Studies show that caregivers of people who have suffered a brain injury may experience feelings of burden, distress, anxiety, anger and depression. If you are caring for a partner, spouse, child, relative or close friend with TBI, Circle of Care can help.

Circle of Care Services that may be most helpful to you include in-home assistance (home health aides or personal care assistants), respite care to provide breaks from caregiving, and ongoing or short-term counseling for caregivers to adjust to the changes that have come as a result of the injury. Circle of Care can essentially become your support system to help with your loved one’s care, so that you don’t get burned out.