Resource Library – DVD Resources for Brain Injury

Library Resources and Online Check-out: DVD Resources for Brain Injury
NM Brain Injury Resource Center
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HOW IT WORKS:
1. Choose a Brain Injury Rehabilitation Workbook resource below.
2. Fill out out the contact form. Resources can be sent directly to you from the NM BIRC. (You can also come by the NM BIRC office to pick up your resources in-person.)

Library Check-out Form
Please include the name of the resource needed and a complete address where you would like the resource to be sent.

    DVD Resources for Brain Injury
    (Return to the full library catalogue here.)

    Title
    Author
    Description

    1. every 21 Seconds or Why I scream at the refrigerator
    Laura Napier
    Eight stories of brain injury in 7 parts narrated by Woody Harrelson
    2. In Harm's Way: TBI in Young Children for Head Start Providers
    New Mexico Aging & Long-Term Services Department
    This DVD provides education they can play in identifying potential TBI's in young children and facilitating learning in children with identified TBI. (39 minutes long)
    3. Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTbi): The Silent Epidemic Diagnosis & Treatment DVD
    New Mexico Aging & Long-Term Services Department
    A two part DVD on the identification and diagnosis of mTBI (60 minutes) and the management of mTBI (46 minutes).
    4. The Critical Link: CHRis and TBI in Indian Country BI Awareness for the Community Health Representative
    New Mexico Aging & Long-Term Services Department
    This provides education to Native American Community Health Representatives to improve their awareness and recognition of traumatic brain injury, its prevalence in Indian Country, and the special roles that CHRis can play on behalf of American Indians/Alaska Natives with brain injury to facilitatie medical treatment and service delivery, and ultimately improve recovery outcomes for their patients. (35 minutes long)