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By On February 9th, 2017

SPRING IS HERE…and so is the 2017 CONFERENCE SEASON!

It’s time for the 2017 Spring Conference Season and with it comes opportunities to learn about new research findings and new approaches to treating all aspects of brain injury.  Here are the conferences the Neurologic Rehabilitation Institute at Brookhaven Hospital will be exhibiting and presenting at: March 1 – 3, Brain Injury Alliance of Iowa’s…

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By On October 26th, 2016

A Question for Our Readers

We’ve faced a dilemma recently here on NeuroNotes—to post or not to post comments. One of our blogs in particular has generated much interest, “Depression & Suicide Among Patients with Traumatic Brain Injuries.” We have received comments from individuals around the world who have shared their very personal struggles with depression as well as suicidal…

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By On July 14th, 2016

NRI at Brookhaven Hospital Awarded Three Year Accreditation by CARF

The Board of Directors, our management team and staff members of the Neurologic Rehabilitation Institute at Brookhaven Hospital (NRI) are proud to announce that our Brain Injury Inpatient and Residential Rehabilitation programs have been awarded a three year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). This three year accreditation represents the highest…

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By On June 9th, 2016

NeuroNotes Celebrates 11 Years

NeuroNotes has been publishing since July 27, 2005. We didn’t realize that until recently with numerous comments on posts written many years ago still coming in and generating interest. Some comments we post directly on the related blog and others which relate to personal matters or questions we answer confidentially. Our original intent was to…

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By On April 22nd, 2016

Craig J. Phillips Publishes his Seventh eBook

Our friend Craig J. Phillips has been busy! Craig recently reached out to us to share several free resources. Craig survived a severe traumatic brain injury resulting from an open skull fracture in a motor vehicle accident when he was 10 years old in 1967.  To read more about his journey during the past 48+ years,…

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By On December 12th, 2013

Brainline Interviews Ron Broughton: Patients with TBI need to be true partners in their treatment

Brainline.org is a resource, a place of support and information, for anyone who deals with brain injury from the individuals with brain injury to their families as well as professionals working within the field.  It is part of WETA which is the public television and radio station in Washington, D.C.  Brainline has interviewed the Chief…

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By On November 27th, 2013

Brainline Interviews Ron Broughton: Issues of Grief after TBI

Brainline.org is a resource, a place of support and information, for anyone who deals with brain injury from the individuals with brain injury to their families as well as professionals working within the field.  It is part of WETA which is the public television and radio station in Washington, D.C.  Brainline has interviewed the Chief…

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