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ERIC Number: EJ360884
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1987
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Improving the Work Potential of Brain-Injured Adolescents and Young Adults: A Model for Evaluation and Individualized Training.
Deaton, Ann V.; And Others
Occupational Therapy in Health Care, v4 n2 p147-59 Sum 1987
A work program is described that was designed for the brain-injured population. The program addresses cognitive abilities that may be affected by brain injury (orientation, attention, memory, sequencing and problem solving) and possible socioemotional changes (disinhibition, anger control, frustration tolerance, and emotional ability). Case studies of young adults illustrate application of the strategies. (Author/KM)
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Descriptive
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Language: English
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