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Returning to work following a traumatic brain injury: What do I tell my employer?

BrainLine has a new video on their Ask The Expert page featuring my answer to the following question:


I had a mild Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) last year and now my employer expects me to work as I had before my injury. I still have problems with fatigue, memory, and concentration but have no visible scars. My doctors classify my injuries as “mild.” How do I explain to my employer that my problems are real?

Click here to view my answer to this important and frequently asked question.

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