It's not perfect, nothing is perfect. Especially when it comes to brain injury because there is still little known about it. But, I'm sure everyone, from TBI/concussion survivors to caregivers will find something in there helpful.
I forgot to mention the part about reading it in one sitting. It's very lengthy and will most likely overload your systems if you try to read more than one chapter at a time. Find a chapter that interests you, read it and come back for more later.
What happened: I was randomly assaulted from behind in June of 2011. I was knocked unconscious for an unknown amount of time (less than 30 minutes) and have no memory of the event. CT scan showed contusion and hematoma of the left frontal lobe. I spent 3 days in the hospital. Diagnosed with Post-Concussion Syndrome in September 2011. Currently have Medicaid and SSI.
Current symptoms: Brain fog, anxiety, panic attacks, memory issues, confusion, problems with spontaneity, sensitive to loud noises, trouble thinking, problems with producing speech, spacing out, word finding difficulties, tinnitus in both ears, random tingling in different parts of my head and many other things that I can't explain. I'm very easily overloaded which makes it nearly impossible to watch TV or use the computer.
Slowly but surely regaining my life back.