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This information guide is written by New Horizons Un-Limited. The guide provides information about this disability including Definition, Types, Causes, Characteristics, and Statistics. We envision a world with the inclusion and participation of individuals with disabilities in our communities, our workplaces and our lives so we also include information on Awareness, Viewpoint, Needs and Solutions, Therapy and Rehabilitation, On-line Discussion Forum, and where to go on the Internet to Learn More about this disability.
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This guide provides information for sports on What is a Concussion?, Concussion Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatments
This guide is for employers of wounded warriors from the U.S. Department of Labor America's Heroes at Work project. This guide covers creating a culturally sensitive new hire orientation plan, understanding your responsibilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), disclosure concerns, and knowing where to obtain free, one-on-one guidance on job accommodations.
Identifying accommodations and implementing workplace modifications can be challenging. This is a complete guide from the Mayo Clinic and Brainline.org for employers on hiring individuals with Brain Injury. In addition the Vocational Case Coordinator employed at the Mayo Brain Rehabilitation Program is available to assist you with this process, and provide additional information about brain injury. The Vocational Case Coordinator may be reached at 507-255-3116.