Social participation of children and youth with acquired brain injuries discharged from inpatient rehabilitation: a follow-up study

@article{Bedell2004SocialPO,
  title={Social participation of children and youth with acquired brain injuries discharged from inpatient rehabilitation: a follow-up study},
  author={Gary Bedell and Helene M Dumas},
  journal={Brain Injury},
  year={2004},
  volume={18},
  pages={65 - 82}
}
Primary objective: To determine the nature and extent of participation in home, school and community life in children and youth with acquired brain injuries (ABI) and identify factors associated with their participation. Research design: Cross-sectional survey. Methods and procedures: Measures of participation, environment and child factors were completed by family caregivers. Data were obtained on 60 children and youth with acquired brain injuries up to 6.7 years post-discharge from one… 
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