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March 31 Brain Injury Fact of the Day

Support Groups, Resource Services, and Family Seminars through the Brain Injury Association of Missouri help survivors and families know they are not alone. Support and education answer questions about brain injury, identify resources within the community, and provide information about farming with disabilities.

March 30 Brain Injury Fact of the Day

More than 19,000 individuals between the ages of 15 and 24 were hospitalized for brain injury in 2018. Another 21,000 young adults between the ages of 25 and 34 who sustained a brain injury were hospitalized for their injuries. Individuals in these age groups are our future and beginning farmers.

March 29 Brain Injury Fact of the Day

Short and long-term effects of brain injury can be blurry vision, poor balance, or constant headaches that interfere with operating your farm or ranch. Brain injury may put you at greater risk for another injury or incident such as a fall, being struck by an object, or chronic pain. Treatment for symptoms and taking precautions can reduce your risk of secondary injuries.

March 28 Brain Injury Fact of the Day

Changes in personality may result from brain injury. After a bump or blow to the head or body that may have caused a brain injury, someone you love may be more anxious, dependent, angry, shy, or even more outgoing and friendly. Despite a lack of visible injury to the head, there could be damage to the brain causing the changes in personality.

March 27 Brain Injury Fact of the Day

Brain injury can impact the way you manage your farming or ranching operation. Damage to the brain from an accident, crash, fall, stroke, hit by object, or other injury may cause difficulty remembering and staying on task. You may get tired easily and need more breaks to rest. There may also be a change in your ability to walk or stand due to balance or vision.

March 26 Brain Injury Fact of the Day

Every nine seconds someone sustains a brain injury. One of every 60 people lives with a TBI-related disability. More than 64,000 people died from a traumatic brain injury (TBI) in 2020 and another 223,000 were hospitalized for brain injury. This represents 176 deaths and 611 hospitalizations per day in the U.S.

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March 31 Brain Injury Fact of the Day

Support Groups, Resource Services, and Family Seminars through the Brain Injury Association of Missouri help survivors and families know they are not alone. Support and education answer questions about brain injury, identify resources within the community, and provide information about farming with disabilities.

March 30 Brain Injury Fact of the Day

More than 19,000 individuals between the ages of 15 and 24 were hospitalized for brain injury in 2018. Another 21,000 young adults between the ages of 25 and 34 who sustained a brain injury were hospitalized for their injuries. Individuals in these age groups are our future and beginning farmers.

March 29 Brain Injury Fact of the Day

Short and long-term effects of brain injury can be blurry vision, poor balance, or constant headaches that interfere with operating your farm or ranch. Brain injury may put you at greater risk for another injury or incident such as a fall, being struck by an object, or chronic pain. Treatment for symptoms and taking precautions can reduce your risk of secondary injuries.

March 28 Brain Injury Fact of the Day

Changes in personality may result from brain injury. After a bump or blow to the head or body that may have caused a brain injury, someone you love may be more anxious, dependent, angry, shy, or even more outgoing and friendly. Despite a lack of visible injury to the head, there could be damage to the brain causing the changes in personality.

March 27 Brain Injury Fact of the Day

Brain injury can impact the way you manage your farming or ranching operation. Damage to the brain from an accident, crash, fall, stroke, hit by object, or other injury may cause difficulty remembering and staying on task. You may get tired easily and need more breaks to rest. There may also be a change in your ability to walk or stand due to balance or vision.

March 26 Brain Injury Fact of the Day

Every nine seconds someone sustains a brain injury. One of every 60 people lives with a TBI-related disability. More than 64,000 people died from a traumatic brain injury (TBI) in 2020 and another 223,000 were hospitalized for brain injury. This represents 176 deaths and 611 hospitalizations per day in the U.S.

March 25 Brain Injury Fact of the Day

Brain injury can go untreated if there are no visible signs of the injury, such as a fall. With falls being the leading cause of brain injury among individuals 65 and older, farmers are at high risk of sustaining a brain injury that may affect balance, vision, memory, problem solving, fatigue, and more.

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March 31 Brain Injury Fact of the Day

Support Groups, Resource Services, and Family Seminars through the Brain Injury Association of Missouri help survivors and families know they are not alone. Support and education answer questions about brain injury, identify resources within the community, and provide information about farming with disabilities.

March 30 Brain Injury Fact of the Day

More than 19,000 individuals between the ages of 15 and 24 were hospitalized for brain injury in 2018. Another 21,000 young adults between the ages of 25 and 34 who sustained a brain injury were hospitalized for their injuries. Individuals in these age groups are our future and beginning farmers.

March 29 Brain Injury Fact of the Day

Short and long-term effects of brain injury can be blurry vision, poor balance, or constant headaches that interfere with operating your farm or ranch. Brain injury may put you at greater risk for another injury or incident such as a fall, being struck by an object, or chronic pain. Treatment for symptoms and taking precautions can reduce your risk of secondary injuries.

March 28 Brain Injury Fact of the Day

Changes in personality may result from brain injury. After a bump or blow to the head or body that may have caused a brain injury, someone you love may be more anxious, dependent, angry, shy, or even more outgoing and friendly. Despite a lack of visible injury to the head, there could be damage to the brain causing the changes in personality.

March 27 Brain Injury Fact of the Day

Brain injury can impact the way you manage your farming or ranching operation. Damage to the brain from an accident, crash, fall, stroke, hit by object, or other injury may cause difficulty remembering and staying on task. You may get tired easily and need more breaks to rest. There may also be a change in your ability to walk or stand due to balance or vision.

March 26 Brain Injury Fact of the Day

Every nine seconds someone sustains a brain injury. One of every 60 people lives with a TBI-related disability. More than 64,000 people died from a traumatic brain injury (TBI) in 2020 and another 223,000 were hospitalized for brain injury. This represents 176 deaths and 611 hospitalizations per day in the U.S.

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