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State Council for Persons with Disabilities

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Brain Injury Self-Care

There is no right way to practice self-care. Everyone has different needs, and those needs can change over time. Time is the most essential part and potentially the most difficult. With busy schedules, competing priorities, and added injuries, it can feel like there is no room for self-care. Start with small steps. Make the time to destress and care for yourself in whatever ways work best for you. You are worth it!

What You'll Find Here

Alternative Medicine
Alternative medicine is a term that describes medical treatments that are used instead of, and in adition to, traditional therapies and treatments. Here you'll find resources about meditation, yoga, social skill training and more.

Basics of Self-Care
Self-care involves saying no a lot of the time because you need to balance doing things for yourself and being around people you care about. Learn more!

Types of Self-Care
Starting a self-care routine following a brain injury could improve long term recovery outcomes. We've put together a list of some of the various types of self-care.