Welcome to the Neurotrauma Program Website!

The Hawaii State Department of Health, Neurotrauma Program provides education on neurotrauma, assistance to individuals and families to identify and obtain access to services, and the creation of a neurotrauma registry through the Neurotrauma Special Fund. The Neurotrauma Advisory board (NTAB) and State Traumatic Injury Advisory Board (STBIAB) provides recommendations to the Neurotrauma Program on implementing this directive.

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Advisory Boards

Neurotrauma Advisory Board

The purpose of the Neurotrauma Advisory Board is to advise the Department of Health in the development and implementation of a comprehensive system to support and provide services for survivors of neurotrauma injuries.

State Traumatic Brain Injury Advisory Board

The mission of the State Traumatic Brain Injury Advisory Board is to advise the Department of Health in the development and implementation of a comprehensive plan to address the needs of persons affected by disorders and disabilities that involve the brain.

Traumatic Brain Injury

There are approximately 5,000 traumatic brain injuries in Hawaii every year.

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Spinal Cord Injury

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There are over 150 spinal cord injuries in Hawaii every year.

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Stroke

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The number one cause of chronic disability and the third cause of death in Hawaii.

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