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Rebuilding Life after Brain Injury

Dreamtalk

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"It is near impossible for this book not to touch one’s heart. The writing is beautiful, powerful and passionate, and tells a story of tragedy, loss, forgiveness, love and hope. In Dreamtalk, Sheena McDonald, Allan Little and Gail Robinson provide very unique, but interweaved perspectives on traumatic brain injury. Understanding this uniqueness, and translating personal stories into plans to ensure the best possible outcomes, represents the art of neuro-rehabilitation. This book should be read by clinicians and academics with an interest in neuro-rehabilitation, and by anyone who wants to learn more about what makes us human." - Dr Rudi Coetzer, Consultant Neuropsychologist & Head of the North Wales Brain Injury Service, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board NHS Wales, UK

"One fateful day in February 1999 Sheena McDonald sustained a very severe brain injury changing the trajectory of her life. This book provides a poignant account of her recovery from this traumatic event. Combining Sheena’s account with that of her partner and her neurorehabilitation specialist enables the reader to gain a holistic insight into recovery from brain injury. This book is vital reading for any professional involved in neurorehabilitation, and the individuals and families touched by brain injury reminding the reader that every person affected by brain injury can make a remarkable recovery. Life may not be the same as before but there is hope." - Dr Anita Rose, Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist, The Raphael Hospital, Kent, UK

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Forlag
Routledge
Språk
Engelsk
ISBN
9780429894701
Utgivelsesår
2019

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"It is near impossible for this book not to touch one’s heart. The writing is beautiful, powerful and passionate, and tells a story of tragedy, loss, forgiveness, love and hope. In Dreamtalk, Sheena McDonald, Allan Little and Gail Robinson provide very unique, but interweaved perspectives on traumatic brain injury. Understanding this uniqueness, and translating personal stories into plans to ensure the best possible outcomes, represents the art of neuro-rehabilitation. This book should be read by clinicians and academics with an interest in neuro-rehabilitation, and by anyone who wants to learn more about what makes us human." - Dr Rudi Coetzer, Consultant Neuropsychologist & Head of the North Wales Brain Injury Service, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board NHS Wales, UK

"One fateful day in February 1999 Sheena McDonald sustained a very severe brain injury changing the trajectory of her life. This book provides a poignant account of her recovery from this traumatic event. Combining Sheena’s account with that of her partner and her neurorehabilitation specialist enables the reader to gain a holistic insight into recovery from brain injury. This book is vital reading for any professional involved in neurorehabilitation, and the individuals and families touched by brain injury reminding the reader that every person affected by brain injury can make a remarkable recovery. Life may not be the same as before but there is hope." - Dr Anita Rose, Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist, The Raphael Hospital, Kent, UK

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