Occupational Therapists Facilitate Support for Work After Acquired Brain Injuries

Ensuring a successful return to work after acquired brain injuries is vital for both quality of life and the economy. However, the occupational therapy (OT) techniques supporting this process are not well-defined. This research article aims to elucidate the specific occupational therapy interventions necessary for clients with acquired brain injuries regarding work and work support. The OT goals focus on enhancing clients’ readiness for work, aiming for a healthy vocational life. The approach shifts from supporting vocational life to interpersonal skills and work, including the utilisation of compensation measures.

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