Office of Acquired Brain Injury
Each year, more than 2.2 million people sustain a traumatic brain injury in the United States, and emergency departments treat increasing numbers of children and adolescents for recreation-related brain injuries, including concussions.
In Texas, more than 144,000 people sustain a traumatic brain injury each year and an estimated 440,000 Texans have a disability related to a traumatic brain injury.
The Office of Acquired Brain Injury (OABI) is Texas’ premier resource for providing education, awareness, prevention and service referral and coordination in regards to brain injury. We serve brain injury survivors, families and caregivers, brain injury service providers, military services members and Veterans, and other state, federal, local and private agencies.
The office has a wide array of materials available to help you understand brain injury, raise awareness, and find the resources you need. Let us know if we can be of assistance in any way!
The Navigating the Brain Maze series will introduce you to what brain injury is, the level of care and recovery, funding and insurance, and much more. Hear from doctors, professionals, survivors and their families about how you can navigate your way through the maze that brain injury can often be.
Mail: 1106 Clayton Lane, Suite 225 East, Austin, TX 78723, Mail Code 1214