The American Institutes for Research (AIR), in partnership with the Great Plains Tribal Chairmen’s Health Board (GPTCHB), proposes to develop a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) resource bundle (i.e., resource toolkit) with and for American Indians with TBI and their families. The goal of the project is to increase awareness, knowledge, and health behaviors leading to improved health and function outcomes for American Indians with TBI. This proposed project is, therefore, in the health and function outcomes domain. The AIR/GPTCHB team proposes applying culturally appropriate knowledge translation (KT) strategies to adapt existing TBI resources developed by Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC; http://www.mstkc.org/) funded by National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research. Examples of the proposed TBI bundle resources, all of which emphasize the importance of stories and/or images and cultural appropriateness, are info-comics (short stories illustrated with pictures, like comic strips, that both inform and entertain); short videos; infographics (presentations of data using visual images rather than focused only on numbers); storybooks for children; and/or songs. The team will train tribal health care providers as knowledge brokers to promote adoption and utilization of the resources. In close collaboration with an Advisory Council of TBI stakeholders, technical experts in TBI, CARF International, large TBI organizations, and tribal artists, AIR/GPTCHB team will conduct research to understand the needs of American Indians and use research findings and needs assessment results to guide product development, dissemination, utilization, and evaluation activities. The team will follow indigenous ways of conducting research and National Congress of American Indians guidelines to ensure cultural sensitivity and optimize success.