Traumatic Brain Injury and Domestic Violence

The head and face are among the most-common targets of partner assaults, and victims of domestic violence often sustain TBI. Because batterers seldom assault their partners only once, some individuals suffer repeated TBI.  Living with domestic violence can make it difficult for victims to recover as fully as possible from a TBI.

* ADRS would like to acknowledge and thank Dr. Mary Hibbard, professor at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, for the use of her research, materials, and consultation in creating this project.

Presentations

TBI DV - Literature and Brochures

DV Service Provider's Literature

DV TBI Victim's Literature

    Trainer's Manual - Title and Introductory Pages and Sections

    Workshop Support Materials