Lauren K Dawson

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PRIMARY OBJECTIVE To explore pre-injury variables related to post-discharge psychosocial status and identify factors related to work and driving outcomes. METHODS AND PROCEDURES Ninety-three brain-injured patients attended a holistic milieu-oriented neurorehabilitation program and were contacted 1-7 years post-discharge. EXPERIMENTAL INTERVENTIONS(More)
PRIMARY OBJECTIVE To explore the relationship of cognitive retraining performance to discharge productivity status. METHODS AND PROCEDURES One hundred and one brain-injured patients from a holistic milieu-oriented work/school re-entry programme. EXPERIMENTAL INTERVENTIONS Initial, last, mean and best cognitive retraining scores; cognitive retraining(More)
PRIMARY OBJECTIVE To explore the relationship of cognitive retraining performance to discharge driving status. METHODS AND PROCEDURES One hundred and three brain-injured patients from a holistic milieu-oriented work/school re-entry programme. EXPERIMENTAL INTERVENTIONS Initial, last, mean, and best cognitive retraining scores; Behavioural Checklist(More)
The Family Experiential Model (FEM) described in this article is a therapeutic "navigation tool" for families traversing the recovery process with their loved one after brain injury. Its conception furnishes a personal voice and the pragmatic "stoplight model" depicts how the family's myriad of powerful emotions affects the chosen path in the rehabilitation(More)
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