Home  |   Tool Kit  |   Library   |  Sponsor   |   Help Us   |   Contact Us

Services & Resources on this site
reflect the best practices in the field of 
Traumatic Brain Injury

get all you need & more:  experience higher standards in brain trauma services -- 206-621-8558 

Copyright © 1998 Brain Injury Resource Center
FROM THE ASHES
   Our brain injury survivor's guidebook
ISBN:  0-9636594-0-5

Featured on
Super Bowl XXXIV Pre-game Show!!

Brain Injury Resource Center
Our Services
206-621-8558
From The Ashes  original BRAIN injury survivor's guide. Featured on the Super Bowl XXXIV, pre-game show!!! 01/30/00. 
Captin for Life, autobiography, of Harry Carson, Legendary Football Hall of Fame linebacker offers high praise for From The Ashes on pages 151 -152

 Advocacy Skills
Goal Analysis
Goal Setting
Problem Solving
Decision Making
Advocacy Plan
Action Plan
Assertiveness Plan
Assertiveness Quiz
Fear of Criticism Test
As You See It
As Others See You
Educational Rights
System Advocacy
Legal Research

Brain 
damage is forever, 
get 
involved.
Sponsors,
make 
this site 
possible
 

Learn About Brain Injury
Brain Injury Types
Brain Injury Checklist
Brain Injury Emergency
Brain Injury Glossary
Brain Injury Treatment
Patients Perspective
Brain Injury Costs
Brain Injury FAQ
Concussion FAQ
Concussion in Sports
Head Gear
Brain Map
Pain Map
Brain Injury Resources
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Donate that Car,
get a tax break 
Brain Injury Publications
 
Donate via PayPalSecure Payment
From The Ashes: Our Brain Injury GuideFROM THE ASHES - is the leading brain injury survivor's  guide.  Written by survivors of brain injury for survivors of brain injury. FROM THE ASHES is a 121-page brain injury self-advocacy guide by Constance Miller and Kay Campbell.Designed to increase the independent living skills of high level functioning  adults, FROM THE ASHES - offers insights into brain injury and its effects on families and others close to survivors of traumatic brain injury.
 
  FROM THE ASHES - prepares readers to recognize and understand the life-altering experience of traumatic brain injury. Drawing on factual information from numerous, authoritative sources - FROM THE ASHES - empowers survivors to articulate and manage brain injury impairments.

  FROM THE ASHES - describes the brain and its functioning, and the effects of injury on the brain and behavior. Its easy to read text and helpful hints will increase the self-management skills of the survivor. Its expansive glossary contains 156 entries and covers the most commonly used words and phrases employed by professionals to describe brain injury and its effects. 

  FROM THE ASHES - contains worksheets to help locate and access the right doctor or therapist. It provides flow charts to increase organizational and problem solving skills. Also included are self assessment inventories to measure residual skills and identify brain injury losses. Interspersed throughout the text are tips on ways to recover skills and increase efficiency. 

  FROM THE ASHES - gives balance and perspective to the course of brain injury recovery. FROM THE ASHES - addresses the pain of psychic trauma and spiritual debilitation that follows the loss of self after brain injury.  FROM THE ASHES - suggests ways to create a fulfilling, productive, dignified life  despite brain injury. 

Authors: Constance Miller, M.A., Psychology, and  Kay Campbell, extensive graduate work in psychiatric social work. 


FROM THE ASHES is available from Brain Injury Resource Center -- 206-621-8558.

Snail mail orders: Brain Injury Resource Centere,
P.O. Box 84151, Seattle, WA 98124 - 
Enclose $30, US, includes postage & handling. 
Visa / M.C. and  P. O. welcome

Donate via PayPalSecure Payments

"Being a highly involved patient was possible before, but only for the most dedicated, committed people, but, now  all the information is available to anyone with an internet connection." 

  -- Tom Ferguson, MD  -- Founder of Medical Self Care Magazine; Medical Editor of the Millennium Whole-health Catalogue;  Author of Health On-Line, Addison Wesley, 1996



 
Brain Injury Resource Center: Providing Difficult to Find Information on Brain Injury Since 1985

up arrow
Back to Top

Bright Ideas from headinjury.com
brain@headinjury.com

Copyright © 1998 Brain Injury Resource Center