Tens of millions live with the long-term consequences of acquired brain injury. It has life changing and frequently devastating effects on the individual's physical, cognitive, behavioural, and emotional well-being. As well as causing huge challenges and stresses for family and friends.
Acquired Brain Injury: A Guide for Families and Survivors accessibly discusses acquired brain injuries in detail for those individuals and families affected.
Written by experienced neuropsychiatrist Dr Kevin Foy, the book seamlessly guides the reader through the different types of brain injury, and their effects, as well as the various stages of recovery. Offering facts and advice from the initial trauma all the way through to long-term care, Dr Foy provides the tools to help deal with the challenges that may lie ahead.