National standards are required for post-secondary programs for adult students with brain injuries. One of the few places adults can find a low-cost form of rehabilitation is in college disability resource programs. But students with brain injuries cannot be automatically treated as though they are ordinary students. The presumption in this instance must be that, because of potential cognitive and physical issues, students with brain injuries require protections. Programming must be appropriate for people who are recovering brain function after brain injury. College personnel must be accountable for their disability programming. Please see BIN's extensive section on this topic.