The symptoms of a mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI) can be subtle. In many cases, the symptoms do not appear immediately, but rather develop during the days, weeks or months that follow an accident. It is important to recognize the signs of an MTBI so you can get treatment as soon as possible and avoid potential complications that may arise if this serious medical condition goes untreated.
A Concussion Is A Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
When CPS (Department of Family and Protective Services) gets involved in your lives, it can be helpful to know what ammunition you may have at your disposal to assist you in the courtroom. There are many types of motions you can file. You’re often entitled to a court appointed attorney. You do not have to simply do everything they ask. Once they are involved, their policy is no spanking. That doesn’t mean you can’t spank them, figuratively, in the courtroom. It requires strategy, patience, and creativity. An attorney should assist you in finding the many ways you can help your child, even if he or she is not in your care at the present time. Get involved. Don’t give up.
With so many children on the street trick or treating, it is no surprise that pedestrian accidents increase on Halloween. Matters are made worse by an increase in drunk driving, as teens and adults drive to and from Halloween parties.
According to an infographic from Safe Kids Worldwide, the number of children killed while walking doubles on Halloween compared to every other day of the year.