Brain Injury and Residual Employability
The author of this paper, a clinical psychologist, discusses the different types of brain injuries and the various disabilities associated with each type and severity of injury. He also considers the importance of co-morbidity issues and the different information likely to be obtained through a vocational assessment versus a neuropsychological assessment. He concludes by noting the significance of vocational assessments and knowledge about residual disability in assessing the future employability of a person who has suffered a brain injury.
This paper was drawn from materials presented at the Personal Injury and Insurance Update seminar held in May 2012.
Length: 13 Pages
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