Robert L. Karol, Ph.D., ABPP-RP, CBIST has written this book as a step by step guide to writing plans that successfully treat behavioral issues after acquired brain injury. It guides the professional with a series of worksheets that span three functions:  detailing and conceptualizing the observed behavior;  understanding the causes of the behavior; and  writing behavior plans that will change the behavior. The focus is on the development of applied, real (not theory) plans with an expressed goal for each person with a brain injury having a workable, concrete intervention plan.
USB Drive included containing printable worksheets
Edited by Barbara Stahura and Marilyn Lash-Cluett, this extraordinary collection of articles and written perspectives taken from the Brain Injury Journey Magazines, Issues 1-8, have been compliled into a 2-volume book set. The featured articles are for everyone in the Brain Injury Community -- families, survivors, caregivers, educators, coaches, therapist, and clinicians. They are short-taking only a few minutes to read, concise, informative, and easy to understand. This makes the 2-Volume Book Set ideal for waiting areas in private offices, libraries at universities, hospital waiting areas, and resource libraries at rehabilitation programs. They will serve as valuable resource to use at home and Senior Centers. The articles address all aspects of brain injury and tips have been added as checklists on how to develop coping strategies. You will SAVE when you order this unique 2-volume set.
Make sure to combine the Book Set with selections from Lash & Associates Publishing Collection of Tip Cards. You will enhance the knowledge and information the individual reading an article.
Many Survivors look for ways to exercise and strengthen memory and attention. Brain Tips Inspirational and Motivational Calendar encourages you all year long, as you use it year after year. This collection contains quotes to inspire people daily as well as tools and strategies to deal with the cognitive consequences of a brain that does not function as well as it once did. This could be from an injury or a variety of medical reasons including stress, illness, medication, menopause, radiation, chemotherapy or the effects of aging.
Editors Robert Fraser, Ph.D., Kurt L. Johnson, Ph.D., CRC, and Kathleen Bell, M.D. , along with a impressive group of co-authors have compiled an impressive and practical workbook on the long journey of brain injury. Whether you are a civilian or veteran who has survived a brain injury, a family member or caregiver, a clinician, advocate, or direct care staff, you will find this workbook is a valuable resource and tool for living a full life after brain injury. It pulls together…
· Scientific information from evidence based research
· Range of topics from coma to living in the community
· Compelling personal vignettes to illustrate content
· Tools for personal assessment and practical strategies
· CD with worksheets for personal and professional use.
This is the publication that has been missing up to now in the field of acquired brain injury. With chapters by 19 national experts on brain injury, it is informative at a “cutting edge” level but presented in a format and writing style that is empowering and clear for individuals and families. A CD contains 46 worksheets that can be printed and used by survivors, families and clinicians.
Read an interview with author Richard Fraser.
Designed as an information and reference book for veterans, caregivers and families, this special collection of articles has practical tips and strategies that address issues commonly experienced by injured veterans with PTSD, concussion or TBI. Sections include articles on brain trauma, concussion or mild brain injury, post-traumatic stress disorder, intimacy and sex, caregiving, emotions, behavior, cognition, memory, school and work.
Turning Points is an innovative new clinical textbook/manual by international leaders in brain injury treatment and rehabilitation, Yehuda Ben-Yishay, Ph.D. and Leonard Diller, Ph.D., with contributions by George P. Prigatano, Ph.D. and E. Daniels-Zide and D. Biderman. Featuring case studies, authors explore psychotherapeutic interventions for neuropsychological rehabilitation. They explore techniques for optimizing information processing, facilitating receptivity, and inducing self-enhancing behaviors in individuals with brain injury. Ideal for clinicians, graduate students, and trainees working in brain injury.
Written by Martin J. McMorrow this brain injury behavior rehabilitation manual is for families, rehabilitation programs and community programs for adults with behavioral, emotional and cognitive disorders. Using the 5-component PEARL interactional model provides the foundation for everything else we do in the name of helping others. The PEARL is now being used to guide interactions in rehabilitation programs, community-based support settings, and family homes across the country. This no-nonense approach sets the bar with respect to identifying desired interactional skills, creating clear expectations around their use, and evaluating whether or not caregivers are practicing what they preach.
Helping Exchange is also available as an eBook click here.