Brain Injury and Neuropsychological Rehabilitation: International Perspectives

By Anne-Lise Christensen; Barbara P. Uzzell | Go to book overview
involved in the initial development: Andrews ( UK), Attal (F), de Barsy (B), Berrol ( US), Betts (IRE), Bori (SP), Boucand (F), Bricolo (I), Brooks ( UK), Bryden ( UK), Castro-Caldas (P), Chadan (F), Chevrillon (F), Chiron (F), Danze (F), Dartiques (F), Dessertine (F), Drouin (CAN), Eames ( UK), Eyssette (F), Fugelmeyer (SW), Gerhard (GER), Grondard (F), Guerreiro (P), Hall ( UK), Hamonet (F), Held (F), Janzik (GER), Jennett ( UK), Joseph (F), de Labarthe (F), Laloua (F), Lay (B), Leclercq (B), McKinlay ( UK), McLellen ( UK), Mathe (F), Mazaux (F), Mondain Monval(F), Morris ( UK), Nadeau (F), Potagas (GR), Remy-Neris (F), Richer (F), Schmieder (GER), Talbott ( UK), Thomsen (DK), Truelle (F), Vanier (CAN), and Van Zomeren (HOL).(Excerpts of the evaluation chart)
APPENDIX 1
AFFECTIVE AND BEHAVIORAL STATE
This section should be completed at 3 months or later after injury. The questions are designed to identify some of the most common emotional/ behavioral changes, and levels of stress in the patient, and family.Problems are only scored as present if they have appeared since the injury. Start with a general discussion of positive behaviors and work toward identifying negative behaviors.Base your assessment both on your direct examination and on the informant's opinion on the patient's behavior during the 3 months up to the examination (excluding the patient's opinion here).Exceptions are indicated for specific items. Otherwise, code as follows:
0= None
1= Mild/Moderate : reported by the informant
2= Severe : observed by the examiner
RECORD 5
129 Loss of emotional self-control
Is he/she verbally aggressive or showing
anger over trivial annoyances or without
reason failing to control his temper
when something upsets him? |_| 01
130 Mental excitement; talkativeness
Does he/she talk rapidly and excessively
without making much sense? |_| 02
131 Lack of personal hygiene
Is he/she dirty, ill-groomed, careless of
dress or personal cleanliness? |_| 03

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