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The Resource Neurobehavioural disability and social handicap following traumatic brain injury, edited by Rodger Ll. Wood, and Tom M. McMillan

Neurobehavioural disability and social handicap following traumatic brain injury, edited by Rodger Ll. Wood, and Tom M. McMillan

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Neurobehavioural disability and social handicap following traumatic brain injury
Title
Neurobehavioural disability and social handicap following traumatic brain injury
Statement of responsibility
edited by Rodger Ll. Wood, and Tom M. McMillan
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Persisting neurobehavioural disability follows many forms of serious brain injury and acts as a major constraint on social independence. Rehabilitation services are often not organised in a way which addresses the needs of people with such disability, and relatively few professionals have experience in the clinical management of complex disability patterns which comprise the neurobehavioural syndrome. This book is a compilation of chapters, written by a group of clinicians with experience of post acute brain injury rehabilitation to ameliorate the social handicap experienced by a growing nu
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Dewey number
616.8/043
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Wood, Rodger Ll.
  • McMillan, Tom M
Series statement
Brain damage, behaviour, and cognition,
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  • Brain damage
  • Brain damage
Label
Neurobehavioural disability and social handicap following traumatic brain injury, edited by Rodger Ll. Wood, and Tom M. McMillan
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; List of contributors; Series preface; Preface; Part One: The nature and impact of neurobehavioural disability; 1. Understanding neurobehavioural disability; Introduction; The cerebral basis of neurobehavioural disability; The social impact of neurobehavioural disability; Cognitive explanations of neurobehavioural disability; Social handicap; References; 2. Distinguishing the neuropsychiatric, psychiatric, and psychological consequences of acquired brain injury; Introduction; Identifying abnormal features; Identifying syndromes
  • ConclusionReferences; 3. Families living with the effects of acquired brain injury; Introduction; Stress of brain injury on spouses; Stress on families when a child is injured; Relationship between family stress and neurobehavioural sequelae; Needs of families; A family education programme; Family training; Conclusions; References; 4. Assessing the nature and extent of neurobehavioural disability; Introduction; Purpose of assessment; Different approaches to assessment; Assessing neurobehavioural disability; Assessing "frontal systems"; Self- and other reports
  • Communication and interpersonal behaviourFamily relationships; Conclusions; References; 5. Understanding and assessing capacity; Introduction; Capacity is function-specific; Capacity and evidence; Creating the right environment for assessing capacity; How to assess capacity; Legal tests of capacity; When to apply to the court of protection; Medical certification; Children who are also "patients"; Proposed reform; Conclusions; References; Part Two: Rehabilitating neurobehavioural disability; 6. Neurobehavioural rehabilitation: A conceptual paradigm; Introduction
  • What is neurobehavioural rehabilitation?The organisation of a neurobehavioural rehabilitation service; Operational principles; Concluding comments; References; 7. Neurobehavioural rehabilitation in practice; Introduction; Characteristics of neurobehavioural rehabilitation; Neurobehavioural rehabilitation planning; Conclusion; References; 8. Applying cognitive therapy in neurobehavioural rehabilitation; Introduction; Cognitive therapy in neurobehavioural rehabilitation; Case examples; Conclusion; References; 9. Managing challenging behaviour; Introduction-what is challenging behaviour?
  • Challenging behaviour and brain injuryCharacteristics of challenging behaviour following brain injury; Treatment of challenging behaviour; Difficulties managing challenging behaviour in non-specialised services; Potential obstructions managing challenging behaviour in non-specialised services; Clinical leadership in non-specialised services; Structure in non-specialised services; Concluding remarks; References; 10. Rehabilitation of the dysexecutive syndrome; Introduction; Attentional control and problem solving; Key issues in assessing dysexecutive problems
Control code
ocn863157593
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xv, 315 pages)
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unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781317774556
Level of compression
unknown
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)863157593
Label
Neurobehavioural disability and social handicap following traumatic brain injury, edited by Rodger Ll. Wood, and Tom M. McMillan
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; List of contributors; Series preface; Preface; Part One: The nature and impact of neurobehavioural disability; 1. Understanding neurobehavioural disability; Introduction; The cerebral basis of neurobehavioural disability; The social impact of neurobehavioural disability; Cognitive explanations of neurobehavioural disability; Social handicap; References; 2. Distinguishing the neuropsychiatric, psychiatric, and psychological consequences of acquired brain injury; Introduction; Identifying abnormal features; Identifying syndromes
  • ConclusionReferences; 3. Families living with the effects of acquired brain injury; Introduction; Stress of brain injury on spouses; Stress on families when a child is injured; Relationship between family stress and neurobehavioural sequelae; Needs of families; A family education programme; Family training; Conclusions; References; 4. Assessing the nature and extent of neurobehavioural disability; Introduction; Purpose of assessment; Different approaches to assessment; Assessing neurobehavioural disability; Assessing "frontal systems"; Self- and other reports
  • Communication and interpersonal behaviourFamily relationships; Conclusions; References; 5. Understanding and assessing capacity; Introduction; Capacity is function-specific; Capacity and evidence; Creating the right environment for assessing capacity; How to assess capacity; Legal tests of capacity; When to apply to the court of protection; Medical certification; Children who are also "patients"; Proposed reform; Conclusions; References; Part Two: Rehabilitating neurobehavioural disability; 6. Neurobehavioural rehabilitation: A conceptual paradigm; Introduction
  • What is neurobehavioural rehabilitation?The organisation of a neurobehavioural rehabilitation service; Operational principles; Concluding comments; References; 7. Neurobehavioural rehabilitation in practice; Introduction; Characteristics of neurobehavioural rehabilitation; Neurobehavioural rehabilitation planning; Conclusion; References; 8. Applying cognitive therapy in neurobehavioural rehabilitation; Introduction; Cognitive therapy in neurobehavioural rehabilitation; Case examples; Conclusion; References; 9. Managing challenging behaviour; Introduction-what is challenging behaviour?
  • Challenging behaviour and brain injuryCharacteristics of challenging behaviour following brain injury; Treatment of challenging behaviour; Difficulties managing challenging behaviour in non-specialised services; Potential obstructions managing challenging behaviour in non-specialised services; Clinical leadership in non-specialised services; Structure in non-specialised services; Concluding remarks; References; 10. Rehabilitation of the dysexecutive syndrome; Introduction; Attentional control and problem solving; Key issues in assessing dysexecutive problems
Control code
ocn863157593
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xv, 315 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781317774556
Level of compression
unknown
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)863157593

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