Episode 58: Traumatic Brain Injury

Episode 58: Traumatic Brain Injury

What hazard could really be posed by daily activities like driving, biking, climbing, or walking?  They don’t, until they do. An awkward step, a sudden turn, an unanticipated slip or a fall can alter the direction in which one’s life is going. The Brain Injury Association of America reports that at least 2.5 million people encounter a traumatic brain injury each year. For some, the recovery may be quick and simple, while for others, it may be a life that has no semblance of normalcy.

Since one in every 60 people in the U.S. lives with a disability that is a result of traumatic brain injury, it is critical that we understand how to identify, diagnose, and manage them. On today’s podcast, Dr. Julie Haarbauer-Krupa from the Center for Disease Control (CDC), will discuss how traumatic brain injury impacts attention, memory, speech, communication, movement, coordination, decision-making, and executive function. This is an invitation to create communities that thrive by engaging in discussions to raise awareness on the long-standing impact of TBI on individuals, family members, caretakers, and society.

About Julie Haarbauer-Krupa, Ph.D.

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TBI is a serious health condition and needs earnest attention from the healthcare providers, educators, lawmakers, policy makers, parents and public at large. @SuchetaKamath’s interview with @JulietKrupa on #FullPreFrontal Click To Tweet Effects of traumatic brain injury (TBI) in children may not be apparent until they reach an age where more advanced skills are expected to emerge but don’t. On today’s podcast #FullPreFrontal @SuchetaKamath interviews @JulietKrupa Click To Tweet On #FullPreFrontal @SuchetaKamath interviews @JulietKrupa. TBI in children and adolescents poses social-pragmatic limitations which can interfere with the effective integration with the social world. Click To Tweet

 

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Sucheta Kamath
Executive Function Specialist at Cerebral Matters
Sucheta Kamath, founder of private practice (Cerebral Matters®), is an expert in brain training & Executive Function development. She is a TEDx speaker and a recent graduate of the Leadership Atlanta class of 2015. Sucheta will be launching ExQ®, an educational software company that offers accessible, web-based learning management tools for all in Fall of 2019.

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