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Work Worth Doing: Advances in Brain Injury Rehabilitation / Edition 1
     

Work Worth Doing: Advances in Brain Injury Rehabilitation / Edition 1

by Mcmahon, Brian T. McMahon
 

ISBN-10: 1878205196

ISBN-13: 9781878205193

Pub. Date: 01/01/1991

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

President Theodore Roosevelt once said, "Far and away the best prize that life offers is the chance to work hard at work worth doing." This quote is not only the source from which the title was borne, but also the philosophical approach toward TBI rehabilitation embraced by the 26 rehabilitation experts who wrote Work Worth Doing: Advances in Brain Injury

Overview

President Theodore Roosevelt once said, "Far and away the best prize that life offers is the chance to work hard at work worth doing." This quote is not only the source from which the title was borne, but also the philosophical approach toward TBI rehabilitation embraced by the 26 rehabilitation experts who wrote Work Worth Doing: Advances in Brain Injury Rehabilitation. This important, and possibly controversial, book of issues and methods addresses the full spectrum of vocational rehabilitation activities. Independent living, treatment generalization, criteria for evaluating TBI rehabilitation facilities, family involvement issues, and an entirely new perspective on the TBI rehabilitation industry are discussed.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781878205193
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
01/01/1991
Pages:
432
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.94(d)

Table of Contents

Section 1 - Management
Ethics in Business Practices, Brian T. McMahon, Ph.D., C.R.C.
The Outpatient Setting: The Preferred Context for Post-Acute Rehabilitation, Brian T. McMahon, Ph.D. and Linda R. Shaw, Ph.D., C.R.C.
Section 2 - Vocational Re-entry
Neuropsychological Evaluation: A Functional and Behavioral Approach, Jack G. Dial, Ph.D., Fong Chan, Ph.D., Roy Tunick, Ed.D., Steven G. Gray, Ph.D., and Michelle Marmé, Ph.D.
Neuropsychological Evaluation, Rehabilitation, and Return-to-Work: A Case Study, Jack G. Dial, Ph.D., Fong Chan, Ph.D., Steven G. Gray, Ph.D., Roy Tunick, Ed.D., and Gwen Roldan, M.S.
An Ecological Approach to Vocational Evaluation, Fong Chan, Ph.D., Jack G. Dial, Ph.D., Robert Schleser, Ph.D., Brian T. McMahon, Ph.D., C.R.C., Linda R. Shaw, Ph.D., C.R.C., Michelle Marmé, Ph.D., and Chow S. Lam, Ph.D.
Applied Behavior Analysis and Work Adjustment Training, Frank D. Lewis, Ph.D. and Craig F. Bitter, M.S.
Supported Employment and the Vocational Restoration Process, David P. Mahaffey, M.A., C.R.C. and Mary P. Ridgely, M.S.
New Avenues to Job Placement: The Advantages of Natural Supports, Robert T. Fraser, Ph.D., C.R.C.
Blueprint for Success in Vocational Restoration: The Work Re-Entry Program, Deborah L. Abrams, M.Ed. and William J. Haffey, Ph.D.
Section 3 - Community Re-entry
Preventing Post-Injury Alcohol-Related Problems: A Behavioral Approach, Mervin J. Langley, Ph.D.
The Life Coach Model of Community Re-Entry, Michael L. Jones, Ph.D., Randall W. Evans, Ph.D., Peter D. Patrick, Ph.D., and J. Jepson Wulff, Ph.D.
Community Skills Training, Lynn P. Cullity, O.T.R., Jodi D. Jackson, O.T.R., and Linda R. Shaw, Ph.D., C.R.C.
Programming for Skill Maintenance and Generalization, Charles J. Durgin, M.S., Lynn P. Cullity, O.T.R., and Patrick M.
Devine, M.A.
Sequencing Family Services in Response to Changing Needs, Linda R. Shaw, Ph.D., C.R.C.
Index

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