A brain injury is something that mustn't be ignored. Even if you don't think that the injury is severe, you should still seek out an evaluation. There are times when the brain injury's effects might not be evident for days or even weeks after the injury occurs.
We understand that the thought of dealing with a catastrophic injury might be more than what you can handle right now. Sadly, this might be the reality that you face.
Being diagnosed with a brain injury could mean that you now have to go to various medical appointments. You may need therapy, including occupational and physical, to help you learn how to cope with your injury and live the fullest life possible.
For some individuals with a traumatic brain injury (TBI), the challenge of learning how to live despite the impacts of the injury can be great. There aren't any foolproof ways to do this, but you might be able to learn adaptive techniques to get things done.
In some instances, living life to the fullest after the injury comes from having a good attitude and realizing that you are more than your injury. You might find that once you start looking at the positive side of things that you are able to have fun and enjoy life.
We know that you might feel some uncertainty about what you should do right now. One thing to consider is that the treatments and therapies you need might cost money. Seeking compensation for the injury might help you to get the money you need to work on your recovery.