TBI State Partnership Program Grant
Nebraska VR serves as lead agency for a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Community Living TBI State Partnership Program Grant, which provides funding for states to build infrastructure and create systems change to better serve their citizens with brain injuries. The Brain Injury Advisory Council advises Nebraska VR, the Department of Education, Special Education, and the Department of Health and Human Services in implementing grant goals and objectives.
Funds from the grant cannot be used for direct services to individuals, but instead are used for education, training and inspiring policy changes that promote best practices in serving individuals with brain injury and their families in their communities.
Administration for Community Living, Traumatic Brain Injury State Partnership Grant Program https://www.acl.gov/node/461
Grant Narrative and Work Plan, April 2018
Grant Logic Model, September 2018
TBI Grant Reporting
TBI Grant Products
+ Two New Products for 2023
2. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, "Traumatic brain injury vocational rehabilitation counselor competencies: Implications for training and practice"
► Long term outcome report from the Brain Injury Alliance-Nebraska
Brain Injury Services Survey RESULTS FINAL 7-9-2020.pdf
► TBI Registry Callers Report from the Brain Injury Alliance-Nebraska
BI Registry Callers Report 4-14-2020.pdf
► Best Practices for TBI Registries-Guide
► Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor Self-Assessment Survey Results
VRC Self-Assessment OVERALL DESCRIPTIVE RESULTS 3-4-2021.pdf
► Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor Brain Injury Core Competencies