Improving the work potential of brain-injured adolescents and young adults.

@article{Deaton1987ImprovingTW,
  title={Improving the work potential of brain-injured adolescents and young adults.},
  author={A V Deaton and C. Poole and Dou Long},
  journal={Occupational therapy in health care},
  year={1987},
  volume={4 2},
  pages={147-59}
}
Brain injured individuals have a unique set of skills and deficits which make them difficult to place in traditional lobs and work programs. Although they may function at a relatively high level intellectually, these individuals often demonstrate deficits in attention, motivation, memory, and social skills. A variety of strategies must be employed in… CONTINUE READING