Neuro-behavioral Changes After Acquired Brain Injury: The Role of the Occupational Therapist; The Interventions They Use and Why

Many people with acquired brain injuries face behavioural changes, but there’s confusion about how occupational therapists help in neuro-behavioural rehabilitation. This study aimed to understand therapists’ roles and methods. They asked: What do therapists do for adults with brain injuries, and how do they promote daily activities? Researchers found four themes: changing tasks and environment, building rapport, focusing on senses, and shaping thinking patterns.

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