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This assessment may assist you with defining what you need with reference to support and rehabilitation.
It may also assist regarding any legal compensation you may be entitled to.
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The Full Assesment tests the following aspects of possible brain injury through concussion, ptsd or trauma:
3. Speed and Accuracy
5. Problem Solving
A full report will be emailed to you for each Section on completion.
What is a traumatic brain injury?
Although traumatic brain injuries (TBI), often called concussions, are usually associated with contact sports, they can come from many activities such as bike, motorcycle and car accidents, and even simple falls.
Concussions are the result of a blow to the head that affects normal brain function. There are many problems that could occur after a brain injury, but the most common areas affected are:
Why is TBI a problem?
Sadly, traumatic brain injuries are frequently under diagnosed, leaving victims of concussion to suffer unnecessarily and live life knowing something is wrong, but unsure what it is. In extreme cases, brain injury can lead to depression and even suicide .
Because awareness of brain injuries, and challenges they pose, is so low, patients, medical professionals and family members are often unsure what to do. It’s critical to assess brain functioning after a traumatic head injury, but it happens too rarely. Although legal and medical help is available, patients often don’t get it.
How we can help
Our resident psychologist, Dr. Ashley Brown, has developed a state-of-the-art online neurological assessment to help victims of TBI get the help they need. The assessment is quick (roughly 45 minutes), effective (interactively guided by a neuropsychologist) and user friendly. In a matter of minutes you’ll have your results emailed to you, and you’ll get follow up emails to remind you of next steps.
The assessment works in two phases:
With this two-part assessment, we’re able to see a trend in brain functioning and determine what needs to be done. If there are long-term effects from the brain injury, the assessment will let patients know, so that they can seek help. If the accident was a result of negligence, the assessment will help victims to seek financial compensation.
How much does it cost?
Although traditional face-to-face neurological assessments are often upwards of five thousand dollars, and not even brain injury specific, we want to make sure that help is as accessible as possible for victims of head injuries. That’s why we’re offering our two-part assessment for only $349.
It is our greatest hope that our assessment will give victims the power they need to take control of their lives.
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