Brain Injury and Neuropsychological Rehabilitation: International Perspectives

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132 Avolitional, aspontaneous
Does he/she lack initiative or motivation?
For example, does he/she stand or sit for
long periods without doing anything? |_| 04
133 Emotional withdrawal
Does he/she show diminished emotion?
Is he/she isolate him/herself?
Is he/she retiring within him/herself, becoming
withdrawn, avoiding relations with others? |_| 05
Score if any of these is present.
134 Depression
Does he/she express sadness, gloominess,
pessimistic ideas, feelings of hopelessness
or total incapacity? |_| 06
135 Anxiety
Does he/she show anxiety or overconcern? |_| 07
Copyright Truelle & Brooks ( 1991).

APPENDIX 2
HANDICAP
ATTENTION! This section should be completed when planning discharge from hospital/rehabilitation center or at a later date. The form is designed to help the interviewer identify the services that will be needed in the community. It also suggests ideas for using existing resources in flexible and imaginative ways. The assessment should be based on both data from the examination and the informant's opinion considering the 3 last months. If these do not correspond, the interviewer must exercise clinical judgment in answering the questions and selecting a course of action.Exceptions are indicated for specific items. Otherwise, code as follows:
0= Normal/independent (as before the accident)
1= Independent but less possibilities (e.g. slowness or need for technical help)
2= Partly independent (needs human help or stimulation)
3= Severe dependence (most of the time)
2.5.1 ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIFE RECORD 6
Elementary activities of daily life
137 Eating, drinking |_| 01
138 Sphincter control |_ 02
139 Toileting |_| 03
140 Dressing |_| 04

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