IwTBI

(redirected from Individuals With Traumatic Brain Injury)
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IwTBIIndividuals With Traumatic Brain Injury
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Casual conversations between individuals with traumatic brain injury and their friends.
Behavioral and social interventions for individuals with traumatic brain injury: A summary of the research with clinical implications.
Quality of life and secondary disabling conditions among individuals with traumatic brain injury. Dissertation Abstracts International, 59 (01), 93.
Undiagnosed health issues in individuals with traumatic brain injury living in the community.
Primarily the result of advocacy efforts by consumer groups, priorities were identified for establishing Regional Head Injury Centers for Rehabilitation and Prevention under the umbrella of the Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) mandate of "close consultation with and participation of individuals with traumatic brain injury and their families in the design and conduct of the centers" (Federal Register Vol.54, No.247, 1989).
Quality of life for individuals with traumatic brain injury: Comparison with others living in the community.
Model system of care for individuals with traumatic brain injury. Submitted to the Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation.
Effect of cognitive demand on prospective memory in individuals with traumatic brain injury. Brain Impair.
To Your Health: A wellness Workbook for Individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury.
Individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI) often have difficulty accurately perceiving changes in their level of functioning postinjury [1].
* The consumers surveyed valued one-to-one attention and expressed an overwhelming desire for counselors to understand the unique needs of individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI).
Changes in the areas of health, lifestyle, and technology will also have a direct bearing on expanding the opportunities for people with disabilities to become more interdependent in society, the work place, and home, Memory enhancers and technological implants may assist individuals with traumatic brain injury and physical disabilities to be more self-sufficient.
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