You Can Work After Brain Injury: Improving your Employment Success

Jobs come in all shapes and sizes. Success with work is based on a good match of your skills and abilities with activities in the right environment. Brain injury can affect how you think, learn, remember, move, act, and feel. Your skills and challenges are unique and might impact finding the best job for you. There are resources to help you in your job search as well as continued support on your job. The first step is figuring out your needs, asking for support, and then knowing what resources are available to help you.

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