How Rehab Social Work Helps After Traumatic Brain Injury

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Social worker Richard Green describes how social work helps TBI survivors in the acute rehab phase by identifying resources (financial/ caregiver/ residential) and by educating and counseling the survivor and family to help all involved adjust to the physical, emotional, and cognitive changes after traumatic brain injury.

He offers advice to families and survivors, as well as talks about therapeutic self-disclosure in helping survivors adapt to their new life after TBI.

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