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Brain Injury professional Vol 12, issue 3; Understanding Resiliency After Brain Injury

Developing a Medical Surveillance for Traumatic Brain Injury 

Stephen R. Flanagan, MD, Kathleen R. Bell, MD, Kristen Dams-Oconnor, :PhD, David B. Arciniegas, MD, Flora M. Hammond, MD, Jesse R. Fann, MD, MPH, Thomas K. Watamabe, MD, Risa Nakase-Richardson, PhD

Cognitive Rehabilitation

Crosson Bruce PhD; Barco, Peggy Poeschel MS, OTR; Velozo, Craig A. PhD, OTR; Bolesta, Mary Melinda MS, CCC-Sp; Cooper, Patricia V. PhD; Werts, Diane MA, CRC, LPC; Brobeck, Teresa C. MA, CCC-SpIL

Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation: September 1989 – p 46-54

E. F. LoPresti, C. Bodine and C. Lewis, “Assistive technology for cognition [Understanding the Needs of Persons with Disabilities],” in IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine, vol. 27, no. 2, pp. 29-39, March-April 2008, doi: 10.1109/EMB.2007.907396.

Electronic assistive technology used by people with acquired brain injury in shared supported accommodation: Implications for occupational therapy; Journal Article published Feb 2017 in British Journal of Occupational Therapy volume 80 issue 2 on pages 89 to 98 Authors: Rebecca Jamwal, Libby Callaway, Jane Ackerl, Louise Farnworth, Di Winkler

Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation

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Longitudinal Effects of Medical Comorbidities on Functional Outcome and Life Satisfaction After Traumatic Brain Injury: And Individual Growth Curve Analysis of NIDILRR Traumatic Brain Injury Model System Data

NeuroRehabilitation 23 (2008) 115-126 115

IOS Press

Skill reacquisition after acquired brain injury: A holistic habit retraining model of neurorehabilitation

Michael F. Martelli ‘a’b'”, Keith Nicholson ‘d’ and Nathan D. Zaslera ‘c,e’f,g’

aTree of Life Services, Inc., Glen Allen, VA, USA

bDepartments of Psychology and Psychiatry, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, USA ‘Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, USA dComprehensive Pain Program,The Toronto Western Hospital, Toronto, Ont., Canada

‘Concussion Care Centre of Virginia, Ltd.f Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, USA, g Northeast Center for Special Care, Lake Katrine, NY, USA

NeuroRehabilitation 31 (2012) 3–18 3

DOI 10.3233/NRE-2012-0770

IOS Press

Community based rehabilitation: Special issues

Michael F. Martellia b, Nathan D. Zaslerab,c,d,e,_ and Patricia TiernanaaTree of Life Services, Inc., Richmond, VA, USA bDepartment of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, USA cConcussion Care Centre of Virginia, Ltd., Richmond, VA, USA dDepartment of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, USA eInternational Brain Injury Association, Alexandria, VA, USA

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