Vocational goal setting and training can be challenging enough for individuals who have not suffered a brain injury. Therefore, it is not uncommon for TBI survivors to experience difficulty in searching for and then securing a job.

Additionally, poor social understanding of TBIs and what that means can lead to individual and group misperceptions about brain injury survivors. The interpersonal implications of this can be profoundly demoralizing for survivors who bravely move forward in their recovery.

NeuroInternational, however, is highly experienced and familiar with such roadblocks. This, in turn, can allow us to help you better navigate your vocational needs and achieve yet another success in the process of recovery.

If you or someone you love needs help with brain injury recovery please contact us today!