Toolkit for Healthcare Providers

 Healthcare Providers Toolkit   Welcome to our Toolkit for Healthcare Providers

Brain Links' goal is to provide professionals with current, research-based tools and resources needed to:

  • Increase identification and awareness
  • Streamline care for people of all ages with traumatic brain injury
  • Enhance patient / family / student education
  • Produce best outcomes
  • Click here to download the Research Summary and References

To meet these needs, we've put together a toolkit full of valuable, up-to-date resources to assist healthcare providers in how they treat and care for patients affected by brain injury. Each kit provides information for identification of brain injury, referral, management, and patient education.

Brief Video Introduction

Jesus Eric Pina-Garza MD

Click Here to download the Healthcare Providers Toolkit:

Please visit to download the toolkit. 


We recommend watching the Full-Length training video to fully understand the contents.  (Certificate for professional development available upon completion)

Or - explore the individual content-specific videos.

Take The Full-Length Training Online

To recieve your Certificate of Completion, contact Brain Links at with the subject line Certificate.

Topic-Specific Trainings

Check these out for an even greater understanding of how each resource can help you serve people with brain injury:

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Brain Links is supported by the Administration for Community Living (ACL) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services under Grant No. 90TBSG0024-01-00 and in part by the TN Department of Health, Traumatic Brain Injury Program.​

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