Category: TBI


Traumatic Brain Injury

Program Group Schedule in Redding, CA

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Traumatic Brain Injury Program

        The Traumatic Brain Injury Program has celebrated its first year in northern California.  Services have ranged from Case Management, Service Coordination, Community Integration, Information and Referrals, Vocational Supports, and Community Public Professional Education in the counties…

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Programs and Services

Disability Action Center has staff in both Chico and Redding that provide no charge programs and services in Butte, Colusa, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Plumas, Shasta, Siskiyou, and Tehama counties.  DAC staff are active in these communities doing outreach, meeting with folks, presenting…

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Outreach & Presentations

  Lots of outreach being done in our communities. If you wish a presentation of DAC programs and services please let us know. DAC counties include Butte, Colusa, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Plumas, Shasta, Siskiyou, and Tehama. Chico Office (530) 893-8527…

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Traumatic Brain Injury Program in Shasta County

Our program provides no charge services to individuals living with Traumatic Brain Injury, and empowers one to improve quality of life through assessment and goals. Services include case management, service coordination, supported living, community reintegration, vocational supports, information & referrals,…

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Are you rain safe?

Lots of rain coming down. There was some possible warnings of how El Nino may cause us some unexpected weather. The drought that last five years, and recent wild fires that have devastated parts of the land there could possibly…

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Brain Injury Guidance Group Motivations

Support Group meets every month on the third Thursday at the Shasta Public Library in Redding in the 2nd floor Fireside Room. An Important thing to think about when working in a support group… Some people think you should only…

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Public Service Announcement

“In one year alone, TBIs accounted for approximately 2.2 million emergency department visits, with 280,000 hospitalizations and 50,000 deaths” in the United States as reported by the CDC in March 2015. It has been recorded that 2 percent of the…

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