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Information for Public Policy Leaders

The following information is a compilation of reports, studies, and position papers highlighting important brain injury data and treatment information.

The 10 Year Plan for TBI in Alaska was developed by the Alaska Brain Injury Network and partners in 2008 as a roadmap for the TBI Services in Alaska.  To read the full report, click on the link:  ABIN 10 year plan

The Brain Injury Association of America adopted this position paper in 2007 and it was endorsed by the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine.  This information remains valuable today.  Click on the link to read the position paper, Traumatic Brain Injury in the United States: A Call for Public/Private Cooperation

The Brain Injury Association of America (www.biausa.org) publishes a variety of position papers that are applicable to the needs of Alaskans with Brain injury. Click on the documents to read more.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) publishes TBI information and data.  For more information visit, http://www.cdc.gov/traumaticbraininjury/

CDC and HRSA publish information related to TBI and the criminal justice system. Click on the documents to read more.

Many states fund TBI services and supports for those who are Medicaid eligible through a  1915(c) Traumatic Brain Injury Medicaid Waiver.  Rutgers Center for State Health Policy published an Issue Brief:  A Survey of Medicaid Brain Injury Programs.  To learn more about TBI Waivers and how states utilize them, read the full report: A Survey of Medicaid Brain Injury Programs

The National Association of State Head Injury Administrators posts a variety of public policy great essay writers information related to TBI.  To learn more visit: http://www.nashia.org/Resources.asp

 

 

 















 
 
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