Title: Evaluation of an outpatient, peer group intervention for people with acquired brain injury based on the ICF “Environment” dimension

Authors: Fleming, J., Kuipers, P., Foster, M., Smith, S., & Doig, E.

Year: 2009

Summary: Personal and environmental factors influence the daily lives, functions, and activities of all individuals. This study evaluated the ‘Environment’ (i.e., physical environment; attitudes, support; and relationships; products and technology service; and systems and policies) aspect of a program that was created to improve psychological, social, and general well-being outcomes for people with acquired brain injury.  Read more.

Key Words: acquired brain injury, peer groups, rehabilitation, depression, ICF

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