Adults with Brain Injury: Myths and Stereotypes about Work and Life

 Jeffrey S. Kreutzer, Ph.D., ABPP and Stephanie Kolakowsky-Hayner, M.A.

Many false beliefs about the recovery of adults from traumatic and acquired brain injuries are corrected with factual information. This tip card discusses how survivors and families can confront negative attitudes about the effects of brain trauma among relatives, friends and coworkers. It includes quick questionnaires on beliefs about people who work and attitudes about adults with brain injury. This is an excellent tool for support groups, in-service programs, and counseling programs.

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Item WABI
Pages 8
Year 2001