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Old 18.07.2011, 16:38
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TBI support groups

My Neighbors husband was in a car accident, and he suffered severe brain injury. He is now home from hospital but she needs to care for him and deal with the serious changes to his personality.

Does anyone know of support groups in Geneva area for family members of people who have suffered traumatic brain injury?
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Old 18.07.2011, 18:46
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Re: TBI support groups

I found this group some time ago when I was looking for ACM information.

It's an organisation all over Switzerland, with a group in Geneva.

I didn't see English language on there, but I think you can try to message them.

Good luck to your Neighbor


http://www.fragile.ch/index.cfm?nav=43,45,87,103,318&SID=7&DID=1

(it's the contact page)
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Re: TBI support groups

Bertrand
Thank you so much for this information. I looked at the web site and they
offer much support. You would not believe how little support she gets from the insurance company, who do not want to pay for much rehabilitation or therapy.
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