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Acquired Brain Injury
Español What is an Acquired Brain Injury? An acquired brain injury is brain damage caused by ...

Texas Celebrates Brain Injury Resources, Survivors
The Texas Health and Human Services Commission’s Office of Acquired Brain Injury, Office of Disability Prevention for Children, and Comprehensive ...

HHS Launches the Office of Disability Prevention for Children
Learn about the new Office of Disability Prevention for Children, which focuses on ... are preventable. That’s why the Texas Health and Human Services system created the Office of Disability Prevention ... Program, Early Childhood Intervention and the Office of Acquired Brain Injury will now work hand in hand with ODPC to ...

Office of Disability Prevention for Children
... The areas of focus address aspects of all levels of disability prevention. Preventing Disabilities Caused by ... pregnancy on ODPC’s Healthy Pregnancy page . Preventing Acquired Brain Injury in Children An acquired brain injury is ... Diagnosis of Disabilities to Ensure Early Intervention and Services Early intervention can make a huge difference in the ...

Educational Videos
... In this video, you will learn the differences between acquired and traumatic brain injuries, signs and symptoms, ... In this video you will learn about some of the government services available at the federal and state level, an ... journey. Understanding Stroke The fifth leading cause of disability in the United States is stroke — a type of ...

Find Help through HHS
Español Texas Health and Human Services provides a variety of programs to help people who ... through programs for people who have a medical or physical disability. Most long-term care programs require you have ... website . To learn more, contact the Office of Acquired Brain Injury at 512-706-7191 or by email .   ...

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