Daily Acts of Living
Fatigue and Brain Injury
Organizing Daily Life After Brain Injury
By Jay Uomoto, PhD
Significant psychosocial and cognitive changes often occur as a result of brain injury. Consequently, changes in that person’s daily living activities and routines can be affected. Impairments in memory make it difficult for the person with brain injury to recall scheduled appointments and activities. Problem solving and reasoning decrements pose an obstacle for the person with brain injury to organize a routine and plan activities over the course of a typical week.
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