- SELF STUDY MODULES
- 1. Intro to TBI
- 2. Communication
- 3. Skills for independence
- 4. Cognitive changes
- 5. Behaviour changes
- 6. Sexuality
- 7. Case management (BIR)
- 8. No longer available
- 9. Mobility & motor control
- 10. Mental health & TBI:
- 11. Mental health problems
and TBI: diagnosis
- 12. Working with Families
after Traumatic Injury:
- 13. Goal setting
- Study module handouts and overheads that are used in the face to face workshops
- Recommended reading
Study module handouts and overheads
Powerpoint presentationModule 1: 15 slides (PPT 3.7 Meg)
Handouts Module 1: 25 pages (PDF 400k)
Toolkits A and B for practical tools and ips
Workers working with young people transitioning from children’s services to adult services will find useful information in Toolkit A The Next Step.
Workers wanting practical tips and strategies for people with TBI will find the strategies in Toolkit B Promoting Independence very useful.
Feedback on this module
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Take the TEST
Taking the TEST is a way of checking you have learnt the key concepts. It can also be a way of showing your organisation evidence that you have worked on the module.
The TEST includes 12 questions on the module content. You will also be able to access sample answers once you have completed the test.
Recommended reading, books, videos
CRS Australia (2000) ‘Helping you get on with life: Acquired brain injury rehabilitation’ Sydney, NSW: CRS Australia
Department of Human Services and Health. (1994). National policy on services for people with acquired brain injury. Canberra: Department of Human Services and Health.
Dolman G. (1999) ‘Light at the end of the tunnel’ Sydney, NSW: Brain Injury Association of NSW
Fleming J., Tooth L., Hassell M., & Chan W. (1999) ‘Prediction of community integration and vocational outcome 2–5 years after traumatic brain injury rehabilitation in Australia’ Brain Injury, 13 (6), 417–431
Fortune N. & Wen X. (1999) The definition, incidence and prevalence of acquired brain injury in Australia Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Griffiths K. (1997) A guide to understanding head injury Melbourne: Australian Psychological Society Ltd.
Gronwall D., Wrightson P. & Wadell P. (1996) Head injury: The facts. A guide for families and caregivers Oxford: Oxford University Press
McDonald, S., Togher,L., & Code,C. (Eds). (1999). Communication disorders following traumatic brain injury. East Sussex, United Kingdom: Psychology Press.
Olver, J. H., Ponsford, J. L., & Curran, C. A. (1996). Outcome following traumatic brain injury: A comparison between 2 and 5 years after injury. Brain Injury, 10(11), 841–848. Ponsford, J. L., Olver, J. L., & Curran, C. (1995). A profile of outcome: 2 years after traumatic brain injury. Brain Injury, 9(1), 1–10.
Ponsford J. L., Olver J. H., Curran C., & Ng K. (1995) ‘Prediction of employment status two years after traumatic brain injury’ Brain Injury, 9, 11–20
Ponsford J., Sloan S., & Snow P. (1995) Traumatic Brain Injury. Rehabilitation for Everyday Adaptive Living Hillsdale, USA: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers
Simpson G.K. & Tate R.L. ‘Suicidality after traumatic brain injury: Demographic, injury and clinical correlates’ Psychological Medicine 2002; 32: 687–697
Shepherd, B. (1999) ‘Getting It All Together' Kit. Liverpool, Sydney, NSW: Brain Injury Rehabilitation Unit.
Tate, R. L., Broe, G. A., & Lulham, J. M. (1989). Impairment after severe blunt head injury: the results of a consecutive series of 100 patients. Acta Neurologica Scandinavica, 79, 97–100.
Tate, R. L., Fenelon, B., Manning, M. L., & Hunter, M. (1991). Patterns of neuropsychological impairment after severe blunt head injury. Journal of Nevous and Mental Disease, 179, 117–126.
Tate R.L., Lulham J.M., Strettles B., & Pfaff A. (1989) ‘Psychosocial outcome for the survivors of severe blunt head injury: the results from a consecutive series of 100 patients’ Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry 52, 1128–1134
Tate, R., McDonald, S., & Lulham, J. M. (1998). Incidence of hospital-treated traumatic brain injury in an Australian community. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 22(4), 419–423.
Thomsen, I. V. (1984). Late outcome of very severe blunt head trauma: A 10–15 year second followup. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, 47, 260–268.