TBI Assistant App – A Revolutionary App to Assist Those Who Suffer from TBI


Did you know that millions of patients each year are diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury or TBI? Those who survive a TBI can suffer from impaired thinking, memory, and movement.

This can be not only life-changing but require total lifestyle readjustment. Luckily, there’s an app that can help out.

The TBI Assistant App was created by a caretaker to help assist those who are still facing the after-effects of TBI. It can be edited by both the caretaker and the one with a TBI.

The calendar feature allows both the caretaker and the patient to log appointments and set reminders for simple tasks as well as events such as visits to the doctor.

The unique FAQ section is there to provide answers to questions that the sufferer may have forgotten. It also has the ability to be edited such as adding appointments, and reminders of events/tasks that the sufferer completed.

TBI Assistant App acts as a consistent location so users can visit when their memories no longer serve them and they need to access to names and other details.

The emergency contact feature is a quick and simple way to contact someone to assist them in the event of an emergency. Through the messaging portal, both the sufferer and caretaker can stay in direct communication at all times.

With the stress of living with a TBI, the TBI Assistant App is here to make life a little easier. You can download it for $4.99 in the App Store today.



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