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Adolescents and parents describe insufficient educator and peer understanding, employment options, and transitional programs as impacting on the transitions to school and employment post acquired brain injury.

Prepared by:

Nicole Sharp

4th year undergraduate occupational therapy student, University of Western Sydney

Date:

Thursday 24th April, 2003

Review Date:

1st May, 2005

Clinical Question:

What issues do parents perceive as impacting on their adolescent child’s return to school post acquired brain injury?

Clinical Scenario:

N / A

Clinical Bottom Line:

Clinical bottom line: There is beginning level qualitative understanding that adolescents and parents identify a lack of educator and peer understanding, decreased employment options, and inadequate access to formal transitional programs as impacting on the transitions to school and employment post acquired brain injury.

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