Traumatic Brain Injury in Agriculture

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
September 3, 2021
Price
See Agrilife Learn

Overview

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) most often occurs from a violent blow or jolt to the head or body, such as from a motor vehicle accident or fall-but, it can also occur from an object penetrating the skull (e.g., bullet, nail, and many other objects). The three major effects of TBI include physical, cognitive, behavioral, and emotional. (3 Pages)

Looking for solutions in your county? Contact your local extension experts

  • Publication

    Created by teachers, this multifaceted garden, nutrition, and physical activities curriculum is evidence-based and academically rich.

  • Publication

    Set of five children’s books featured in the Learn, Grow, Eat & Go! curriculum.

  • Publication

    Spanish Version. Created by teachers, this multifaceted garden, nutrition, and physical activities curriculum is evidence-based and academically rich.

  • Course

    This course is designed to educate occupational therapy practitioners on how to improve OT services provided to farmers and ranchers with a disability. Modules cover assessment, agriculture tasks, hazard safety, common conditions, ergonomics, assistive technology, modifications, and resources.

  • Course

    Master Wellness Volunteers help Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service leverage its outreach and education to Texans related to health, nutrition and food safety. Master Wellness Volunteers receive 40-hours of training and serve a 40-hour internship to prepare them to aid in fulfilling the Agency’s mission of helping Texans better their lives.

  • Course

    This six-week course will help you maintain your weight through the holiday season. We encourage you to focus on consuming 5 servings of vegetables and fruits each day, as well as engage in regular physical activity.