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The best practice for gaining and maintaining employment for individuals with traumatic brain injury.

The best practice for gaining and maintaining employment for individuals with traumatic brain... There are currently 5.3 million Americans with traumatic brain injury, the majority were young at onset and have a lengthy life expectancy. Return to work is a key to quality of life for many of these individuals. This article provides a literature review of current traumatic brain injury vocational rehabilitation programs including: holistic cognitive rehabilitation, school to work transition, and supportive employment followed by a proposal for the best practice. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Work (Reading, Mass.) Pubmed

The best practice for gaining and maintaining employment for individuals with traumatic brain injury.

Work (Reading, Mass.) , Volume 16 (3): 14 – Nov 20, 2002

The best practice for gaining and maintaining employment for individuals with traumatic brain injury.


Abstract

There are currently 5.3 million Americans with traumatic brain injury, the majority were young at onset and have a lengthy life expectancy. Return to work is a key to quality of life for many of these individuals. This article provides a literature review of current traumatic brain injury vocational rehabilitation programs including: holistic cognitive rehabilitation, school to work transition, and supportive employment followed by a proposal for the best practice.

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Abstract

There are currently 5.3 million Americans with traumatic brain injury, the majority were young at onset and have a lengthy life expectancy. Return to work is a key to quality of life for many of these individuals. This article provides a literature review of current traumatic brain injury vocational rehabilitation programs including: holistic cognitive rehabilitation, school to work transition, and supportive employment followed by a proposal for the best practice.

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Work (Reading, Mass.)Pubmed

Published: Nov 20, 2002

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