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Pediatric Brain Injury 

Because it takes many years for the brain to fully develop, a brain injury to a child can be very different than a brain injury to an adult. The pediatric rehabilitation team at Mary Free Bed understands these differences, and will tailor your child's treatment plan based on your child's injury, and level of brain development.


Visit the Child & Adolescent section of the Mary Free Bed website for more information.

Pediatric Brain Injury Patient Stories

After a car-accident, Travis had a traumatic brain injury (TBI) and was in a coma for 3 weeks. His family was told he'd never walk or talk again. Read Travis' story...

14-year-old Camden sustained a concussion while snowboarding. Read Camden's story...

Landon's best friend found an unsecured, loaded gun and accidentally shot him in the face. Read Landon's story...

Lauren wore a helmet while sledding with her friends but her sled was going too fast for it to protect her as she collided with a tree and suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Read Lauren's story...

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