Brain Injury Resources

Lending Library

The North Dakota Brain Injury has a vast collection of print materials available from our library. Many of them are yours to keep at no charge, and others are available to be loaned out for a set period of time.

Tip Cards

Tip Cards from Lash and Associates Publishing are perfect for conferences, meetings, teachers, and practitioners. They are available through NDBIN at no cost. We have tip cards in over 80 topics for all audiences, such as adults with brain injury, student-athletes, couples, caregivers, coping, back-to-work, memory loss, PTSD, sleep issues, social skills, and therapies.

A full list of available tip cards can be accessed by visiting Lash & Associates website. To order your free tip cards, contact Rebecca Quinn, NDBIN Program Director, at rebecca.quinn@med.und.edu or (701) 777-5200.

Some of the available titles include:

  • Adults Living with Brain Injury
  • Changes in Self Awareness after a Brain Injury
  • How Communication Changes Over Time
  • Compassion Fatigue: When Caring Hurts the Caregiver
  • Finding Support After Brain Injury
  • How Medications Work After Brain Injury
  • Sensory Hypersensitivities After Brain Injury
  • Teaching Strategies for Students with Brain Injuries
  • Work Myths and Facts About Hiring Individuals with Disabilities

NDBIN Book Collection

The NDBIN book collection has a variety of topics available for check out. Resources vary from stories about brain injury survivors to information on speech therapy for practitioners. Some of them even include a DVD! To borrow one of these resources, contact Rebecca Quinn, NDBIN Program Director, at rebecca.quinn@med.und.edu or (701) 777-5200.

Books available:

Websites

  • Brain Line
    Basic information, for survivors, for family and friends, for professionals, resource directory, FAQs
  • Brain Injury Association of America
    About brain injury, living with brain injury, diagnosis, treatment, resources, family and caregiver information, FAQs
  • Make the Connection
    For veterans, general information, personal experiences shared, conditions, resources and support
  • Mayo Clinic
    Search for brain injury definition, causes, diseases, conditions, research related to brain injury
  • National Institutes of Health
    Facts and research about brain injury
  • Unmasking Brain Injury
    There's a story behind every mask and behind every mask there’s a person, a person that’s been touched by brain injury, see the masks