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Brain Injury Rehabilitation: Is recreation really therapy?

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After the shock of a brain injury often comes the reality that life isn’t returning to what was considered normal. The individual with the brain injury and their family find themselves in turbulent waters with a lifestyle and routine that has been temporarily or permanently altered. With an estimated 1.5 million...

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Increasing Insight and Awareness in Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

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Ask any professional who works in brain injury rehabilitation what the number one barrier to successful rehab is, and most likely you will get the same answer—lack of awareness or insight into deficits (anosognosia). The oil roughneck who sustained a brain injury from a fall who now has hemiparesis and sight in only...

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Celebrating Physical Therapists!

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National Physical Therapy Month is observed every October acknowledging the field and its practitioners.  There is history dating back to 1813 of gymnastics techniques developed around theories of movement and muscle operation attributed to early physical therapy practices. In 1921, the American Physical The...

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Cultural Competency in Rehabilitation

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What is culture? Oftentimes people think of race and ethnicity, but it is much more indeed! Culture covers a wide span of areas to include age, religious preferences, gender, race, sexual orientation, disability, marital status and socioeconomic status. Some of these areas are fixed and some are fluid depending on lif...

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Driver Rehabilitation for Licensed Adults

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Whenever a driver has a change in mental or physical condition that could affect ability to drive, the person is responsible for informing the Department of Public Safety (DPS) and completing any required testing which includes a comprehensive driver evaluation. An Occupational Therapy Driver Rehabilitation Specialist...

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National Brain Injury Providers Partner to Establish a Data Consortium to Demonstrate the Value of Post-Acute Rehabilitation

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United States – A select group of leading brain injury rehabilitation organizations from across the United States have announced a unique, one-of-a-kind alliance to improve outcomes in the rehabilitation field. Six organizations – Learning Services, On With Life, Pate Rehabilitation, Progressive Rehabilitatio...

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