This publication is a practical resource to guide occupational therapists new or returning to the field of paediatric neurology and working with children with acquired brain injury.
It provides information relating to occupational therapy processes from acute presentation in hospital through to long-term community care.
Divided into sections according to the location of the child during the care pathway, it provides an overview of:
- The role of the occupational therapist working with children and young people with acquired brain injury
- Assessments, goal setting, intervention approaches and evaluation techniques used by occupational therapists and when these may be usefully applied within the care pathway
- Links to existing resources for child/family/professional information about acquired brain injury, interventions and outcomes
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