Brain Injury and Neuropsychological Rehabilitation: International Perspectives

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141 Transfer (getting up, going to bed,
going from the bed to the arm chair) |_| 05
142 Mobility In the home |_| 06
143 Mobility outside the home |_| 07
Complex activities of daily life
144 Going out shopping |_| 08
145 Using public transportation |_| 09
146 Driving a car |_| 10
147 Writing a letter |_| 11
148 Own financial management
and administrative tasks |_| 12
149 Keeping the house |_| 13
Copyright Truelle & Brooks ( 1991).

REFERENCES

Brooks D. N. ( 1984). Closed head injury: Psychological, social and family consequences. New York: Oxford University Press.

Brooks D. N. ( 1991). "Editorial. The effectiveness of post-acute rehabilitation". Brain Injury, 5(2), 103-109.

Brooks D. N., & McKinlay W. W. ( 1983). "Personality and behavioural change after severe blunt head injury: A relative's view". Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, 46, 336-344.

Lezak M. D. ( 1986). "Psychological implications of traumatic brain damage for the patient's family". Rehabilitation Psychology, 31, 241- 250.

Prigatano G. P. ( 1987). "Psychiatric aspects of head injury: Problem areas and suggested guidelines of research". In H. S. Levin (Ed.), Neurobehavioral recovery from head injury (pp. 215-231). New York: Oxford University Press.

Truelle J-L. ( 1988). L'Evaluation des Traumatises Craniens [The Evaluation of Head Injured]. In Proceedings of the 3rd European Conference on Traumatic Brain Injury. Readaptation, 355, 7-17.

Truelle J-L., & Brooks D. N. ( 1991). "Traumatic brain injured people: A European evaluation chart". In J. Pelissier, M. Baral, & J. M. Mazau (Eds.), Traumatisme cranien grave et Medecine de reeducation (Vol. 19, pp. 287-295). Paris: Masson Publishers.

Truelle J-L., Joseph P. A., Brooks D. N., & McKinlay W. W. ( 1990). "European initiative to develop services for the rehabilitation of brain injured patients". Brain Injury, 4( 3). 305-306.

Truelle J-L., & Robert-Pariset A. ( 1990). "A Questionnaire assessment of neurobehavioral problems: European head injury evaluation chart". In R. Wood (Ed.), Neurobehavioral sequelae of traumatic brain injury (pp. 69-88). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

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