Recommended Readings & Research Sites

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Osborn, Claudia L. Over My Head:

  • A Doctor's Own Story of Head Injury From the Inside Looking Out. @1998, Andrews McMeel Publishing, 4520 Main St., Kansas City MO 64111, www.claudiaaosborn.com

Stoler, Diane:

  • Coping With Mild Traumatic Brain Injury, A Guide to Living With The Challenges Associated With Concussion/Brain Injury. @1998 Penguin Group, New York, NY 10014, www.oenguin.com

Swanson, Kara L.:

  • I'll Carry the Fork!: Recovering Life After Brain Injury. @1999/2003 Rising Star Press, Scotts Valley, CA

Long, PJ:

  • Gifts From the Broken Jar. PJ Long's First Book, A Memoir To Lift Your Spirit. www.pjlong.com, www.quipress.com/gifts

Johnson, Glen:

  • Traumatic Brain Injury Survival Guide, Clinical Director of The Nero-Recovery Head Injury Program 5123 North Royal Dr., Traverse City, MI 49684

Bouncing Back from Injury. www.TheBookCellar.com

Kroll, Ken:

  • Enabling Romance: A Guide to Love, Sex, Relationships for People with Disabilities. www.amazon.com, www.NoLimits.com

The HID Coping Series. PO Box 131401, Houston, TX 77213. 1-800-321-7037

Swiercinsky, Dennis:

  • Normal Again: Redefining Life with Brain Injury, iUniverse, Inc., 5220 S. 16th St., #200, Lincoln, NE 68512, www.iuniverse.com

WSU Head Injury Research Program. Maureen Schmitter-Edgecombe, Professor Of Psychology, 509-335-0170, www.Schmitter-e@wsu.edu, www.wsunews.wsu.edu