Could you have PBA?
Dealing with PBA can be daunting, especially if you don’t know what’s happening to you. Take this quick quiz to identify if your symptoms are similar to those of PBA – rating each answer based on the scale below. Remember, results from this quiz should not be taken as medical advice. Please visit your trusted medical professional to learn more.*
Below enter a score, 1 being Never to 5 meaning Most of the Time.
* The Center for Neurologic Study-Lability Scale (CNS-LS) was developed by
healthcare professionals to identify and measure PBA symptoms. It does not
diagnose PBA and is not intended to substitute for professional medical
assessment and/or advice. Please consult with your doctor.
PBA can cause debilitating physical and emotional complications. That’s why the Brain Injury Association of America put together the PBA Self Advocacy Toolkit. This guide provides important information for individuals who may be impacted by PBA.
You can join our community and get a free copy of our PBA Self-Advocacy Toolkit, which includes:
You’ll also receive news and other resources from the Brain Injury Association of America.
By joining, you’ll receive a copy of our PBA Self-Advocacy Toolkit in addition to news and resources from the Brain Injury Association of America.