Self-Awareness of Deficits following Acquired Brain Injury: Considerations for Rehabilitation:

@inproceedings{Fleming1995SelfAwarenessOD,
  title={Self-Awareness of Deficits following Acquired Brain Injury: Considerations for Rehabilitation:},
  author={Jennifer Fleming and Jenny Strong},
  year={1995}
}
Limitations in self-awareness of deficits after acquired brain injury can hamper client participation in rehabilitation programmes. The concept of self-awareness encompasses awareness of brain injury related deficits, an appreciation of the functional consequences of deficits, and the ability to translate that information into realistic goals. A literature review suggests that the development of self-awareness can be associated with emotional distress in the individual. Self-awareness and… CONTINUE READING

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