Disabilities

  • Choosing A Brain Injury Lawyer
    When a brain injury occurs, the first thing a patient needs is medical, often emergency, care. Outside of that, he needs a medical specialist to diagnose what is going on, and, as the days pass, to is....
  • Types Of Brain Damage
    Brain damage can be classified in several ways, perhaps the most obvious being temporary or permanent. However, most head injuries don't cause permanent damage, although there can be long-term symptom....
  • Sign Language
    Did you know babies could learn sign language long before they speak? You can teach babies to sign when they are just six to eight months old. They can communicate with physical gestures before they c....
  • Hearing Impaired Resources
    If you are looking for hearing impaired resources, they are easier to find than you might think. Resources are everywhere, and if you don't find exactly what you are looking for, ask another resource!....
  • Brain Injury Association
    One can find a brain injury association in almost every state of the United States, and in a many countries around the world. These associations are dedicated to building a network of help, legal adv....
  • Brain Injury Recovery
    While coma recovery is not always possible, coma patients can and do recover. This happens whether their coma lasts for a few hours, a few weeks or even years. The amount of recovery will vary with th....
  • Brain Injury Statistics
    Brain injury statistics might seem boring at times, but they can also point to alarming trends. In the ongoing tragedy that is traumatic brain injury (TBI), so many young people are severely disabled ....
  • Deaf
    Deaf refers to a culture of people whose native language is a sign language. They are a group with their own culture, language and traditions. This is not the conventional definition of people known f....
  • Hearing Impaired Services
    Hearing impaired services take many forms, from medical services to social services to technology services. There are a wide variety of hearing impaired services available in your local community that....
  • Acquired Brain Injuries
    An acquired brain injury (ABI) is any damage done to the brain that is physically verifiable. This means that an ABI can be visually or chemically proved within scientific parameters. Examples of ac....