My son suffered a mild acquired brain injury. His behaviour has been very erratic and volatile at times. What should I do or say when he gets like that?
There are support groups to help deal with the challenges you've described, and The Ontario Brain Injury Association can help you locate resources. Ongoing assessment and counselling can also be helpful to provide strategies to maximize quality of life.
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