Re-engagement of Leisure for People Recovering from Acquired Brain Injury

Re-engaging in leisure activities is a prevalent objective for individuals recovering from acquired brain injury (ABI). While rehabilitation commonly emphasises self-care and productivity, prioritising the return to leisure is crucial for overall well-being. This article reviews research evidence on leisure engagement among community-dwelling adults with ABI. The findings underscore the necessity to concentrate on leisure-related changes post-ABI, delving into the reasons for these changes beyond individual factors. This shift in focus is essential for a comprehensive rehabilitation approach addressing physical, cognitive, social, and emotional aspects of well-being.


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