The Brain Clinic

The Brain Clinic Standardized Testing Accommodations and Non-Pharmaceutical Treatment Options for Depression, Anxiety This evaluation is for individuals ages 8 and up.

The Brain Clinic offers Diagnosis and Treatment of ADD, Learning Disabilities, Migraines, and Traumatic Brain Injury. The Brain Clinic offers a variety of high quality, cost effective learning disability assessment and treatment options under the careful supervision of a senior level neuropsychologist. We offer neuropsychological evaluations and non-pharmaceutical treatments useful for individuals

with:

Migraines & Headaches
Head & Brain Injuries (TBI)
ADD/ADHD
Learning Disabilities
Depression
Chronic Pain
Other Conditions
Extended Time on Standardized Exams

Adults and teens with learning disabilities are able to gain additional time in high-stakes testing situations (SAT, ACT, MCAT, LSAT, GRE, GMAT, etc) with the right documentation. The Brain Clinic offers neuropsychological evaluations to individuals who have documented learning disabilities which may give them proper documentation to receive more time. We can also perform the evaluations and provide documentation with a relatively quick turn-around time. Low-Cost Evaluations
The Brain Clinic is one of the few centers in NYC that is able to offer low-cost neuropsychological evaluations. Although we have stringent hours on this program, we are more than happy to try to meet your scheduling needs. Non-Pharmaceutical Treatment Options
In addition to traditional psychotherapy, The Brain Clinic offers non-pharmaceutical treatments such as cognitive remediation and neurofeedback, which are effective for individuals with migraines, learning disabilities (LD), brain-injury, ADD/ADHD and more. These treatments are very effective without medication and are often permanent. This can be especially useful for pregnant women and those seeking alternative treatments when medicine is unwanted or non-effective. The Brain Clinic is located only a block and a half from Penn Station at:
19 West 34th Street Penthouse
New York, NY 10001
Phone: (212) 268-8900.

A little over a week ago, Neuroscience News posted an article about a new MRI method that could predict dementia up to 9...
06/17/2024

A little over a week ago, Neuroscience News posted an article about a new MRI method that could predict dementia up to 9 years before diagnosis. Researchers found that with fMRI scans, they could detect changes in the brain’s default mode network with more than 80% accuracy, outperforming traditional memory tests. This could lead to patients getting neurological care even earlier and potentially gaining more benefits from it. If you want to learn more, you can read the rest of this article using the URL that’s provided below.

If you want to learn more about brain health and cognitive remediation, then reach out to us at the Brain Clinic by phone at (212) 268-8900 or by email at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at thebrainclinic.com.

Researchers developed a method to predict dementia with over 80% accuracy up to nine years before diagnosis.

Last week, Neuroscience News posted an article about coping strategies for Long COVID brain fog. The article states that...
06/12/2024

Last week, Neuroscience News posted an article about coping strategies for Long COVID brain fog. The article states that Long COVID brain fog impacts 17 million adults in the United States, which makes it crucial for people to know what Long COVID brain fog is, how to screen for it, and how to cope with it. You can learn more about these topics by reading the article, which can be found at the URL that’s been provided below.

If you want to learn more about brain health and cognitive remediation, then reach out to us at the Brain Clinic by phone at (212) 268-8900 or by email at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at thebrainclinic.com.

Long COVID, affecting 7% of U.S. adults, often includes debilitating brain fog.

Last week, Neuroscience News posted an article about how ketones – a byproduct from when the body burns fat instead of g...
06/11/2024

Last week, Neuroscience News posted an article about how ketones – a byproduct from when the body burns fat instead of glucose for energy – may help restore neuronal functions in aging brains. The brain becomes more insulin resistant as it ages, which can lead to impaired synaptic activities. Researchers from the University of Rochester found that in mouse models, administering a form of ketones rescued that synaptic activity. If you want to learn more about this research, you can read the article by using the URL that’s been provided below.

If you want to learn more about brain health and cognitive remediation, then reach out to us at the Brain Clinic by phone at (212) 268-8900 or by email at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at thebrainclinic.com.

As we age, our brain naturally becomes more insulin resistant, disrupting neuron communication and leading to cognitive decline and neurodegeneration.

Last week, Neuroscience News posted an article regarding how early memory complaints can be linked to Alzheimer’s diseas...
06/05/2024

Last week, Neuroscience News posted an article regarding how early memory complaints can be linked to Alzheimer’s disease. While changes in cognition do not always indicate Alzheimer’s disease, even in older people, it is important to be aware of them. If you want to learn more about this research, you can read the full article using the URL that’s been provided below.

If you want to learn more about brain health and cognitive remediation, then reach out to us at the Brain Clinic by phone at (212) 268-8900 or by email at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at thebrainclinic.com.

A new study finds that reports of cognitive decline from patients and their partners are linked to the accumulation of tau tangles, a hallmark of Alzheimer's disease.

Last week, Neuroscience News posted an article about the effectiveness of light therapy for treating traumatic brain inj...
06/03/2024

Last week, Neuroscience News posted an article about the effectiveness of light therapy for treating traumatic brain injuries. According to a study published in the journal Radiology, low-level light therapy can increase brain connectivity in TBI patients. The long-term effects of this treatment are still unknown, but this research could still reveal new possibilities for non-invasive neurological treatments. If you want to learn more about this research, you can read the full article using the URL that’s been provided below.

If you want to learn more about TBI and brain health, then reach out to us at the Brain Clinic by phone at (212) 268-8900 or by email at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at thebrainclinic.com.

Low-level light therapy aids brain healing in patients with moderate traumatic brain injury (TBI).

Last week, Neuroscience News posted an article about a substance that may improve memory and help treat neurological con...
05/30/2024

Last week, Neuroscience News posted an article about a substance that may improve memory and help treat neurological conditions like Alzheimer’s disease. This substance – urolithin A – naturally occurs when we ingest fruits like pomegranates and strawberries; bacteria in the gut produce urolithin A when they ingest the ellagitannins and ellagic acid in pomegranates, strawberries, and other foods, although supplements of urolithin A do exist. If you want to learn more about this substance and how it can aid the brain, you can read the article by using the URL that’s been included below.

If you want to learn more about brain health and cognitive remediation, then reach out to us at the Brain Clinic by phone at (212) 268-8900 or by email at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at thebrainclinic.com.

A new study finds that urolithin A, a substance found in pomegranates, can improve memory and may help treat Alzheimer's disease.

Last week, Neuroscience News posted an article about the threat that climate change can pose to people with neurological...
05/28/2024

Last week, Neuroscience News posted an article about the threat that climate change can pose to people with neurological conditions. Extreme temperatures and weather events can negatively affect aspects of daily life like physical health, sleep schedules, and more; these changes carry even more weight for members of vulnerable populations, especially those with neurological conditions. If you want to read more of the article, you can find it using the URL that is included below.

If you want to learn more about brain health and cognitive remediation, then reach out to us at the Brain Clinic by phone at (212) 268-8900 or by email at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at thebrainclinic.com.

Extreme temperatures, poor sleep due to warmer nights, and adverse weather events can worsen neurological and psychiatric disorders, increasing hospitalizations and mortality.

Last week, Neuroscience News posted an article about individuals who have no Alzheimer’s disease symptoms, even if they ...
05/22/2024

Last week, Neuroscience News posted an article about individuals who have no Alzheimer’s disease symptoms, even if they have the brain processes of Alzheimer’s disease. According to research from the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, one possible reason for this is that the brain cells of these more “resilient” individuals produced more antioxidants than those of others. This research could help determine future Alzheimer’s disease therapies. You can read this article at the URL that we have included below.

If you want to learn more about brain health and cognitive remediation, then reach out to us at the Brain Clinic by phone at (212) 268-8900 or by email at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at thebrainclinic.com.

A new study found that some individuals show no Alzheimer's symptoms despite having the disease's brain processes.

Last week, Neuroscience News posted an article about how certain brain cells can age more rapidly than other brain cells...
05/21/2024

Last week, Neuroscience News posted an article about how certain brain cells can age more rapidly than other brain cells, especially in patients with Alzheimer’s disease. Researchers from the University of California San Diego used a new technique to map chromatin-RNA interactions. If you want to read more about their findings, you can read the article at the URL that we have included below.

If you want to learn more about brain health and cognitive remediation, then reach out to us at the Brain Clinic by phone at (212) 268-8900 or by email at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at thebrainclinic.com.

Neuroengineers discovered that certain brain cells age faster than others, particularly in Alzheimer’s patients.

Just as ADHD can affect peoples’ lives at many different stages and in different settings, there are also many different...
05/15/2024

Just as ADHD can affect peoples’ lives at many different stages and in different settings, there are also many different forms of ADHD accommodations, both for school and in the workplace. This short article from CHADD summarizes basic ADHD accommodations (such as extra times for assignments and exams!), addresses how people can request them, and provides other useful pieces of information as well. You can read the article by following the URL that we have provided below.

If you want to learn more about learning disabilities or schedule a neurological evaluation, then reach out to us at the Brain Clinic by phone at (212) 268-8900 or by email at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at thebrainclinic.com.



https://chadd.org/attention-article/adhd-accommodations-across-all-settings/

Kindergarten to Grade 12, College, and the Workplace   ADHD is not always the child who cannot sit still or the highly distracted adult who is totally unorganized. These are only the well-known symptoms. Individuals with ADHD are often very hard on themselves and have trouble setting realistic expe...

Last week, CNBC Make It posted an article about the recent rise of dementia cases, as well as twelve common dementia ris...
05/13/2024

Last week, CNBC Make It posted an article about the recent rise of dementia cases, as well as twelve common dementia risk factors. While it can be difficult, or even impossible, to modify every dementia risk factor that may exist in our lives, it is still important for us to be aware of them so that we can better preserve our brain health. If you want to learn what these risk factors are and how they can be addressed, then you can read the article at the URL that we have included below.

If you want to learn more about brain health and cognitive remediation, then reach out to us at the Brain Clinic by phone at (212) 268-8900 or by email at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at thebrainclinic.com.

As the global population of older adults grows, cases of dementia are also on the rise. Here's how you can start protecting your brain.

If you have dyslexia or any other learning disability, it is important to know how to request testing accommodations, no...
05/08/2024

If you have dyslexia or any other learning disability, it is important to know how to request testing accommodations, no matter what level of program you’re applying for. The International Dyslexia Association has informational fact sheets on what you’ll need to request these accommodations, including for high stakes graduate school tests like the GRE, MCAT, and LSAT. You can read the full fact sheet using the URL that we have provided below.

If you want to learn more about high-stakes test accommodations or schedule a neurological evaluation, then reach out to us at the Brain Clinic by phone at (212) 268-8900 or by email at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at thebrainclinic.com.

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While most people understand the immediate ill effects of a traumatic brain injury, it is sadly common for people to ove...
05/06/2024

While most people understand the immediate ill effects of a traumatic brain injury, it is sadly common for people to overlook the permanent disabilities that TBI can cause. While some brain injuries cause temporary effects that can later stabilize, others cause disabilities that can permanently alter the rest of a TBI patient’s life. The Brain Injury Association of America has written a comprehensive article to convince the CDC and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to designate brain injuries as chronic conditions; this way, patients with chronic TBI symptoms can be properly covered and treated. You can read the full article using the URL that we have provided below.

If you want to learn more about traumatic brain injuries or cognitive remediation, then reach out to us at the Brain Clinic by phone at (212) 268-8900 or by email at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at thebrainclinic.com.



https://www.biausa.org/brain-injury-as-a-chronic-condition

The Brain Injury Association of America is falling for brain injury to be formally designated as a chronic health condition.

Last month, Everyday Health posted an article about how mentally stimulating work can benefit the brain. According to re...
05/01/2024

Last month, Everyday Health posted an article about how mentally stimulating work can benefit the brain. According to research that had been done with over 7,000 participants, people who have mentally stimulating occupations are likely to have a lower risk of mild cognitive impairment and dementia than people who don’t. If you want to read more about this, you can follow the URL that we have provided below.

If you want to learn more about cognitive remediation and brain health, then reach out to us at the Brain Clinic by phone at (212) 268-8900 or by email at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at thebrainclinic.com.



https://www.everydayhealth.com/neurology/mentally-stimulating-work-can-help-ward-off-dementia/

A new study identified the most and least mentally stimulating jobs and determined their link to cognitive decline and dementia.

Last week, Multiple Sclerosis News Today posted an article about how people with multiple sclerosis can manage cognitive...
04/29/2024

Last week, Multiple Sclerosis News Today posted an article about how people with multiple sclerosis can manage cognitive impairment. Cognitive impairment – which can include issues regarding memory, concentration, and processing information – is a common part of multiple sclerosis. The author of this article has MS herself and is writing from personal experience. You can read her advice by following the URL that we have provided below.

If you want to learn more about neurological disorders and cognitive remediation, then reach out to us at the Brain Clinic by phone at (212) 268-8900 or by email at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at thebrainclinic.com.

Cognitive impairment has been a challenging symptom of multiple sclerosis for columnist Desiree Lama. Here's how she copes with it.

Last week, Inside Higher Ed shared an opinion piece in response to colleges reinstating standardized testing requirement...
04/25/2024

Last week, Inside Higher Ed shared an opinion piece in response to colleges reinstating standardized testing requirements. The piece provides insight from someone who was negatively affected by a lack of testing accommodations during their time in school. When a school makes standardized test scores mandatory for applications, it is important for them to also accommodate any potential applicants who have disabilities, such as dyslexia. You can read more of this article by using the URL that we have provided below.

If you want to learn more about learning disabilities or schedule a neurological evaluation, then reach out to us at the Brain Clinic by phone at (212) 268-8900 or by email at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at thebrainclinic.com.

As colleges reinstate standardized testing requirements, they must consider students with learning disabilities, Dwight Richardson Kelly writes.

Last week, Neuroscience News posted an article about how Parkinson’s disease can change how a person physically senses t...
04/23/2024

Last week, Neuroscience News posted an article about how Parkinson’s disease can change how a person physically senses their emotions. Recent research from the University of Turku found that, when compared to a control group, their subjects with Parkinson’s disease had significant differences in their physical sensations of emotions. This new information could allow us to further explore how psychiatric disorders cause emotional abnormalities. If you want to read more about this research, we have included a URL for the article below.

If you want to learn more about neurological disorders and cognitive remediation, then reach out to us at the Brain Clinic by phone at (212) 268-8900 or by email at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at thebrainclinic.com.

People with Parkinson’s disease experience altered bodily sensations related to basic emotions differently from healthy individuals.

Last week, the Harvard Gazette posted an article regarding the identification of dyslexia in young children. According t...
04/19/2024

Last week, the Harvard Gazette posted an article regarding the identification of dyslexia in young children. According to Dr. Nadine Gaab, children can show signs of developmental differences before their formal reading instruction begins. This means that the common approach that elementary schools take – where they wait for students with learning disabilities to fail before taking action – is less effective than a more proactive approach with earlier interventions. If you want to read more about how children with learning disabilities can be better provided with accomodations, you can read the article using the URL that we have provided below.

If you want to learn more about dyslexia or schedule a learning disability evaluation, then reach out to us at the Brain Clinic by phone at (212) 268-8900 or by email at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at thebrainclinic.com.



https://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2024/04/when-does-dyslexia-develop/

Ongoing research by Nadine Gaab's Harvard lab suggests that at-risk children can be identified before they ever struggle in school.

Earlier this month, Live Science posted an article about research that is helping scientists investigate the cellular da...
04/15/2024

Earlier this month, Live Science posted an article about research that is helping scientists investigate the cellular damage that traumatic brain injuries can cause. By growing small models of the human brain and blasting them with high-intensity ultrasonic waves, researchers saw that following TBI, a protein called TDP-43 may malfunction and go on to injure and kill brain cells. If you want to learn more about this study, you can read the article using the URL that we have provided below.

If you want to learn more about traumatic brain injury or cognitive remediation, then reach out to us at the Brain Clinic by phone at (212) 268-8900 or by email at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at thebrainclinic.com.

Miniature models of the brain are helping scientists study the cellular damage inflicted by traumatic brain injuries.

Last week, Neuroscience News posted an article about the risks that stress and trauma pose to brain health. Researchers ...
04/11/2024

Last week, Neuroscience News posted an article about the risks that stress and trauma pose to brain health. Researchers from ISGlobal concluded that stressful life events from childhood and midlife increase the likelihood of later developing neuroinflammation and Alzheimer’s disease. People who have a history of psychiatric disease may be even more susceptible to these effects of stress. If you want to read more about this study, you can follow the URL that we have provided below.

If you want to learn more about brain health or cognitive remediation, then reach out to us at the Brain Clinic by phone at (212) 268-8900 or by email at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at thebrainclinic.com.

Researchers linked midlife stress and childhood trauma to an increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease and neuroinflammation.

About a week ago, Scientific American posted an article about dyscalculia: a learning disorder that affects how a person...
04/09/2024

About a week ago, Scientific American posted an article about dyscalculia: a learning disorder that affects how a person understands math and number-based information. The article explores why dyscalculia is less understood, or even known about, than the language-based learning disability dyslexia. You can read more using the URL that we have provided below.

If you want to learn more about learning disabilities or to schedule a neurological evaluation, then reach out to us at the Brain Clinic by phone at (212) 268-8900 or by email at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at thebrainclinic.com.



https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/understanding-dyscalculia-dyslexias-numeric-counterpart/

The inability to process numeric information, dyscalculia is still poorly understood. Finding therapies may require looking beyond the numbers

In recent years, it has become more crucial to excel in school. Not only do certain career paths require specific degree...
04/04/2024

In recent years, it has become more crucial to excel in school. Not only do certain career paths require specific degree programs and testing to gain proper qualifications, but many jobs ask that their employees have at least a four-year degree from an accredited institution. However, students often face obstacles on their paths to achieving these goals, especially students with ADHD. Last week, Verywell Mind posted an article about how ADHD can impact the skills that are most important for writing, and how this can negatively affect students. If you want to read more, including what writing strategies may be best for students with ADHD, then you can use the URL that we have provided below.

If you want to learn more about testing accommodations or to schedule a neurological evaluation, then reach out to us at the Brain Clinic by phone at (212) 268-8900 or by email at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at thebrainclinic.com.



https://www.verywellmind.com/writing-and-adhd-20821

Research says children with ADHD are more likely to develop writing problems than children without ADHD. Here are nine reasons why and strategies that can help.

Sustaining and living with the aftereffects of a traumatic brain injury can be a lot for any person to handle. This can ...
04/01/2024

Sustaining and living with the aftereffects of a traumatic brain injury can be a lot for any person to handle. This can be especially challenging when a TBI causes symptoms of another neurological disorder, such as epilepsy. For situations like this, it can help to read about other people’s experiences. About a week ago, the Epilepsy Foundation shared the story of someone whose TBI caused future epileptic seizures. You can read her story using the URL that we have shared below.

If you want to learn more about traumatic brain injuries and possible treatment for them, then reach out to us at the Brain Clinic by phone at (212) 268-8900 or by email at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at thebrainclinic.com.



https://www.epilepsy.com/stories/traumatic-brain-injury-caused-my-seizures

María started experiencing seizures after a traumatic brain injury. It was frightening. Read about how her family’s support helped her feel comforted and safe.

When it comes to finding information on accommodations for testing, it can be hard to know where to look. For New Yorker...
03/28/2024

When it comes to finding information on accommodations for testing, it can be hard to know where to look. For New Yorkers, one of those first places can be the website of the New York State Education Department. The URL that we’ve included below contains their webpage of resources regarding accommodation policy and procedure. Whether you have just started looking into testing accommodation or you want to stay up-to-date on these matters, it’s always good to be informed.

If you want to learn more about testing accommodation or schedule a learning disability evaluation, then reach out to us at the Brain Clinic by phone at (212) 268-8900 or by email at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at thebrainclinic.com.



https://www.nysed.gov/state-assessment/accommodations-testing

For Students with Disabilities Testing Accommodations for Students with Disabilities, Policy and Tools to Guide Decision-Making and Implementation - August 2023 Allowable Testing Accommodations Across New York State’s Testing Programs Availability of Previously Released New York State Testing Prog...

Last week, Neuroscience News posted an article about how middle age (typically the period of time between being 40 and 6...
03/26/2024

Last week, Neuroscience News posted an article about how middle age (typically the period of time between being 40 and 65 years old) can be a crucial time to predict a person’s future cognitive health. According to a recent study, many changes in brain structure and function occur in middle age, including changes that lead to cognitive decline. Having a better understanding of these changes could vastly improve cognitive screenings and interventions. You can read more about this study using the URL that we have provided below.

If you want to learn more about brain health and cognitive remediation, then reach out to us at the Brain Clinic by phone at (212) 268-8900 or by email at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at thebrainclinic.com.

A new study highlights the importance of middle age in understanding and predicting future cognitive health.

Last week, Scientific American posted an article about the negative cognitive effects that COVID-19 can have on the brai...
03/20/2024

Last week, Scientific American posted an article about the negative cognitive effects that COVID-19 can have on the brain. While brain fog is the most well-known effect, various studies have shown that COVID-19 can also shrink brain volume, fuse brain cells, disrupt the blood brain barrier, and cause other changes that are the equivalent to years of brain aging. You can follow the link that we have provided below to read this article and view these studies for yourself.

If you want to learn more about brain health and cognitive remediation, then reach out to us at the Brain Clinic by phone at (212) 268-8900 or by email at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at thebrainclinic.com.



https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/covid-19-leaves-its-mark-on-the-brain-significant-drops-in-iq-scores-are/

Research shows that even mild COVID-19 can lead to the equivalent of seven years of brain aging

Last week, Neuroscience News posted an article about how chronic stress and inflammation can negatively affect cognitive...
03/19/2024

Last week, Neuroscience News posted an article about how chronic stress and inflammation can negatively affect cognitive function. According to new research that was recently published in the journal Frontiers in Science, high inflammation may alter the brain’s inflammatory response, which can harm the brain and impair its functions. This can be a major issue when populations have to deal with large amounts of stress, which can lead to large amounts of inflammation. If you want to read more about this research and what lifestyle changes should be adopted to best preserve cognitive function, then you can follow the URL that we have included below.

If you want to learn more about cognitive health, then reach out to us at the Brain Clinic by phone at (212) 268-8900 or by email at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at thebrainclinic.com.

Researchers propose a groundbreaking hypothesis, linking chronic stress and inflammation to societal and cognitive dysfunction on a global scale.

The Brain Injury Association of America is continuing its celebration of Brain Injury Awareness Month with a virtual ral...
03/13/2024

The Brain Injury Association of America is continuing its celebration of Brain Injury Awareness Month with a virtual rally hosted by Concussion Awareness Now. This rally – which will help raise awareness about concussion symptoms and treatment – will be held on March 21st (next Thursday) at 2:00 PM EST. You can register for the event by using the link below to visit the BIAA’s webpage and click the “Register Here” link under the event’s description.

If you want to learn more about traumatic brain injuries and their potential treatments, then reach out to us at the Brain Clinic by phone at (212) 268-8900 or by email at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at thebrainclinic.com.



https://www.biausa.org/public-affairs/public-awareness/brain-injury-awareness

During Brain Injury Awareness Month, help the 5.3 million people in the U.S. who are living with a permanent brain injury-related disability.

Recently, the American Physical Society posted an article in which three neurodivergent physics students describe their ...
03/12/2024

Recently, the American Physical Society posted an article in which three neurodivergent physics students describe their experiences learning and working in their fields. Their input shows that neurodivergent students and students with neurological disorders – whether in physics or other fields – often face more barriers than their neurotypical peers do. This article emphasizes the importance of individualized approaches, so that whether a student has ADHD, dyslexia, or any other needs, they can get the accommodations they need to succeed. You can read the rest of this article by following the link that we have provided below.

If you want to learn more about learning disability accommodations or to schedule a neuropsychological evaluation, then reach out to us at the Brain Clinic by phone at (212) 268-8900 or by email at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at thebrainclinic.com

While undergraduate physics students that identify as neurodivergent report little outright discrimination or violence, they do say that structural ableism has negatively impacted their time as students.

The Brain Injury Association of America is once again observing Brain Injury Awareness Month. While brain injury awarene...
03/06/2024

The Brain Injury Association of America is once again observing Brain Injury Awareness Month. While brain injury awareness is a great cause for the entire year, this month provides people with an excellent opportunity to explore what they can do to support TBI research and care. If you visit the link to the BIAA’s website that we have included below, you can read their suggestions on how to get involved, as well as their calendar of events for the month. We’ll do our best to spread the word on these events in the following weeks.

If you want to learn more about TBI, brain health, and cognitive remediation, then reach out to us at the Brain Clinic by phone at (212) 268-8900 or by email at [email protected]. You can also visit our website at thebrainclinic.com.



https://www.biausa.org/public-affairs/public-awareness/brain-injury-awareness

During Brain Injury Awareness Month, help the 5.3 million people in the U.S. who are living with a permanent brain injury-related disability.

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