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Individuals who have acquired brain injury (ABI) may express themselves through the use of challenging behaviors, such as aggression, withdrawal, disinhibition, and self-destructive behaviors. This article describes the effectiveness of behavior interventions derived from the assessment of behavior in a community-based setting. The premise is that behavior,(More)
A traumatic assault to the brain often leaves significant residual effects, including severe behavioral dyscontrol. The person may demonstrate unwanted behaviors, such as physical aggression or verbal abuse, and lack motivation or the skills to engage in desirable behavior. ReMed, a community-based brain injury program, specializes in using a behavior(More)
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