Expectations Versus Recommendations After a Brain Injury
December 16, 2013
People with TBI often had higher expectations for work and social life than their post-acute program staff recommended, a discrepancy partially attributed to TBI-related cognitive disorders.
Learn what factors like age, gender, cause of injury after TBI can help predict functional and cognitive recovery.
Constraining an unaffected limb while intensely using an affected limb can help children regain upper limb movement after a brain injury.
Driving takes a great deal of concentration and coordination. Rehab for this complex activity should be a main goal of certain reintegration programs.
This study showed that online calendars help with memory — as a tool and as a therapy.
Effective Strategies for Occupational Therapy Post-Brain Injury
December 19, 2011
Goal-directed OT can help people after brain injury.
Culturally Sensitive Approaches for People with Brain Injury
September 26, 2011
If misunderstood, small cultural differences can hinder a good treatment plan for someone with a brain injury.
Studies support the effectiveness of cognitive rehab after a brain injury.
What Determines Rehab Length of Stay After Brain Injury?
February 11, 2011
Statistical model can help rehab teams work best with people with TBI.
A study shows internet-based cognition therapy helps, but with caveats.
Landmarks Help Orientation After Brain Injury
April 1, 2010
Helping people follow directions after brain injury.
Are there differences in recovery rates?
Long-Term Disability After TBI
December 31, 2009
How many people are affected?
TBI Case Management and Video Teleconferencing
September 16, 2009
A way to keep client and case coordinator in close communication.
The Nuances of Self-Awareness Post-TBI
April 1, 2009
A person's level of self-awareness after a brain injury can impact rehab.