These workbooks provide training programs with detailed curricula and handouts on immediate and long-term effects of acquired brain injury. They are designed for use in group sessions led by clinicians but can also be used individually as workbooks by survivors, caregivers, and families..
Brain Injury Coping Skills was developed to advance evidence-based practice to help families and survivors cope with the effects of brain injury. This intervention includes supportive psychotherapy, psychoeducation, stress management and problem-solving skills via use of cognitive behavioral therapy approaches. This unique approach to helping adults with brain injury and their caregivers in the community uses a 16 week cognitive behavioral treatment intervention. The manual documents content for 20 sessions with detailed instructions for facilitators, session activities, homework assignments, and a CD for handouts and worksheets. Winner of 2009 McDowell Award by American Society for Neurorehabilitation
A vocational training program for adults with traumatic and other types of acquired brain injuries living in the community includes 20 structured sessions with a workbook and CD with worksheets. Part One of the vocational curriculum helps survivors of brain injuries and blast injuries explore their interests, concerns and readiness for finding a job or returning to work. Part Two covers steps of looking for a job with attention to disclosure of a disability, on the job accommodations, resume preparation and interviewing. Part Three covers strategies for keeping a job and avoiding problems on the job.
Choosing, Finding and Keeping a Job is also available as an eBook click here.
This innovative tablet is designed to improve visual scanning training for patients and individuals with hemispatial neglect due to stroke, brain injury or other disorders.
The Tablet has LED lights in RED and GREEN and patterns to stimulate attention in reading, writing and mealtime activities for patients with spatial neglect.
Multimodal cues enhance visual scanning during reading, writing and mealtime activities.
It is ideal for use in hospital, rehabilitation, and home care by speech and language pathologists, occupational therapists, nurses, and home health aides to improve cueing, stimulate attention, and provide adaptations for impaired upper extremity functions and visual neglect.