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The essential therapeutic and medical components of TRR programs that promote restoration of function, participation in meaningful activities and significant life roles, and improve life satisfaction and quality of life.
When a person sustains a brain injury, they and their family are thrust into a health care system that is unfamiliar and difficult to navigate. Too often, patients do not have access to the full continuum of treatment. This article addresses why that is so and ways to change it.
The losses due to a brain injury are “moving targets” which continue to change over a long period of time: thus the losses are “mobile.” The injured individual and their family can't fully grieve lost abilities because there is no way to know which abilities are lost forever and which will eventually return.
Approaches that bridge the basic neuroscience of neural-cognitive functioning with the practical realities of clinical rehabilitation are valuable for intervention development, potentially opening the way for therapies that target biological systems and synergistically augment the specific effects of training.
Free, personalized brain injury wallet identification card designed to help police, emergency personnel, and others more easily identify brain injury survivors, and insure that they are treated appropriately, and provided support as needed.