Reading Resources for Families

Many of these resources are available at the Brain Injury Association of NH through their lending library. You may want to call the Brain Injury Association (1-800-773-8400) to preview the book before you purchase it.

For Children:

For Kids Only: A Guide to Brain Injury

Published by Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, MCV, Box 434, Richmond, Virginia 23298-0434. To order, call (804) 828-0231, or visit the National Resource Center for Traumatic Brain Injury Web site at http://www.neuro.pmr.vcu.edu/.

Reading level is third grade or less.

The Don't-Give-Up-Kid (and Learning Differences)

Published by Verbal Images Press, 19 Fox Hill Drive, Fairport, New York 14450. Call (716) 377-3807 to order.

Reading level is third grade or less.

Eagle Eyes (A Guide to Paying Attention)

Published by Verbal Images Press, 19 Fox Hill Drive, Fairport, New York 14450. Call (716) 377-3807 to order.

Reading level is third grade or less.

Kidnapping Kevin Kowalski

by Mary Jane Auch (1990). Published by Apple Paperbacks (Scholastic) 0-590-44335-6.

Reading level is at a middle school to high school level.

For Parents:

When Your Child is Technology-Assisted: A Home Care Guide for Families

by Paul Kahn, Med. (1997). Published by Lash and Associates Publishing/Training, 708 Young Forest Drive, Wake Forest, NC, 27587.

To order, call (919) 562-0015, or visit the Lash and Associates Web site at http://www.lapublishing.com/BooksOnBrainInjury.htm#FamiliesHomeCare.