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By David J. Price, Jackie Parker

Mind damage case administration comprises the care and aid of brain-injured contributors and their households in a variety of parts, from own damage litigation to the making plans of therapy and remedy regimes. "Good perform in mind harm Case administration" offers a advisor to potent case administration, outlining the entire key matters that execs operating with brain-injured humans might want to be aware of, from figuring out what mind harm truly is and the way it feels to event it to innovations for rehabilitation, assessing threat and enforcing help plans. The participants are drawn from quite a lot of disciplines, together with social paintings, neuropsychology, occupational treatment and felony perform, and supply details and recommendation in transparent jargon-free. this can be an important guide for case managers and all different execs operating with mind injured humans.

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53 What does a case manager do for you? In my opinion I find case management absolutely beneficial to a client such as myself. I’ve found over the last six years only positive things to say about them. Knowing and learning how to handle family, hospital, nursing homes, personal home, with confidence and respect, in fact, personally most stressful situations have been sorted out with the help of a case manager. The biggest help to me was when I moved into my own home having a case manager to organise and recruit the care team, interview, coordinate everything made it all run smoothly, no stress.

1 Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) Response Examiner’s test Eye opening Spontaneous · Opens eyes on own E4 Speech · Opens eyes when asked to in loud voice 3 Pain · Opens eyes upon pressure 2 · Does not open eyes 1 Commands · Follows simple commands M6 Pain · Pulls examiner’s hand away upon pressure 5 · Pulls a part of the body away upon pressure 4 · Flexes body inappropriately to pain (decorticate posturing) 3 · Body becomes rigid in an extended position upon pressure (decerebrate posturing) 2 · Has no motor response to pressure 1 · Able to engage in conversation; oriented to time, place and person V5 · Seems confused and disoriented 4 · Speech understandable but nonsensical 3 · Unintelligible sounds 2 · Makes no noise 1 Motor response Verbal response Speech Patient’s response Score Source: Teasdale and Jennett (1974), printed with permission.

Worse still you know you’ll do it again several times tomorrow and the day after and you have no idea why it happens. I just can’t even remember simple things that are important like names or where I’ve left really important things. I put things in smart relevant places and then forget what that smart relevant place is; if it’s not in the correct place it could be anywhere in the world. Having conversations whilst forgetting the words I need, following a recipe without having it actually in my hand all the time, working out times needed, doing anything out of my known home environment.

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