Anxiety May Be an Issue for People with Moderate TBI
Researchers from six TBI Model System (TBIMS) centers in Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio, Washington, and Alabama looked at how common anxiety may be for people with severe TBI in their first year after injury, what kinds of anxiety they may experience, and whether anxiety may be connected to other emotional issues or functional outcomes. Part of the Research In Focus series from the National Rehabilitation Information Center (NARIC)

Agitation
One of a series of videos from the Brain Injury Toolbox and developed by the Brain Injury Association of Illinois to disseminate educational materials and other materials that may be useful tools to those whose lives have been impacted by brain injury, for professionals working with individuals who have sustained a TBI, and to the community at large.

Agitation and TBI
A SynapShot from the Ohio Regional TBI Model System

Emotional Problems
This information sheet is written for consumers through a collaboration between the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) and the TBI Model Systems of Care. Spanish version (en español)

Issue 4: Coping with Post-TBI Emotional Distress (PDF)
The results of our research suggest that depression is 10 times more likely for people with TBI, and anxiety is twice as likely for people with TBI as for people with no disability. This TBI Consumer Report focuses on steps individuals with TBI can take to alleviate depression and/or anxiety. 4 of 8 TBI Consumer Reports from the New York Traumatic Brain Injury Model System,

Road to Rehabilitation Part 4: Behavior (PDF)
Part 4 of 8 in The Road to Rehabilitation series produced by the Brain Injury Association of America