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Return to work for persons with traumatic brain injury.

Return to work for persons with traumatic brain injury. Individuals with traumatic brain injuries experience an array of physical, cognitive, and emotional changes that often make return to preinjury employment unlikely and locating new employment difficult. The authors review the literature related to the return to work for persons with traumatic brain injuries. This includes return to work outcomes, factors influencing return to work, and vocational programs that enhance employment, including a supported employment approach. Guidelines for professionals engaged in supported employment practices are also provided. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American journal of physical medicine & rehabilitation Pubmed

Return to work for persons with traumatic brain injury.

American journal of physical medicine & rehabilitation , Volume 80 (11): 13 – Feb 5, 2002

Return to work for persons with traumatic brain injury.


Abstract

Individuals with traumatic brain injuries experience an array of physical, cognitive, and emotional changes that often make return to preinjury employment unlikely and locating new employment difficult. The authors review the literature related to the return to work for persons with traumatic brain injuries. This includes return to work outcomes, factors influencing return to work, and vocational programs that enhance employment, including a supported employment approach. Guidelines for professionals engaged in supported employment practices are also provided.

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ISSN
0894-9115
DOI
10.1097/00002060-200111000-00011
pmid
11805460

Abstract

Individuals with traumatic brain injuries experience an array of physical, cognitive, and emotional changes that often make return to preinjury employment unlikely and locating new employment difficult. The authors review the literature related to the return to work for persons with traumatic brain injuries. This includes return to work outcomes, factors influencing return to work, and vocational programs that enhance employment, including a supported employment approach. Guidelines for professionals engaged in supported employment practices are also provided.

Journal

American journal of physical medicine & rehabilitationPubmed

Published: Feb 5, 2002

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