Outcomes of community re-entry programmes for brain injury survivors. Part 1: Independent living and productive activities.

@article{Johnston1991OutcomesOC,
  title={Outcomes of community re-entry programmes for brain injury survivors. Part 1: Independent living and productive activities.},
  author={Mark V. Johnston and F. D. Lewis},
  journal={Brain injury},
  year={1991},
  volume={5 2},
  pages={
          141-54
        }
}
This is a study of the multiple outcomes of residential community re-entry programmes for disabled survivors of brain injury. The sample consisted of 82 clients from nine facilities across the USA. The level of functioning of the client at and before admission was determined from clinical evaluations reported in programme records. Telephone interviews assessed outcomes 1 year after discharge. The participation in the re-entry programmes led to enduring improvements in independent living and… CONTINUE READING

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