Brain injuries can have a significant impact on Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) due to the complex nature of the brain and its role in coordinating various cognitive, motor, and sensory functions. ADLs are essential tasks that individuals perform every day to take care of themselves and maintain their well-being. Brain injuries can affect these tasks in various ways, depending on the severity and location of the injury.
There are several key differences between rehabilitation support and attendant care. Rehabilitation support aims to help individuals recover and improve their abilities. On the other hand, attendant care focuses on ensuring well-being and comfort in daily life.
Texting: an effective healthcare communication platform, including:
Why do we use a texting platform for service delivery at Invisible-Care?, Benefits of using texting as a communication tool in a healthcare setting, Things to consider when using texting as a communication tool with patients
In this issue about The role of personality in brain injury rehabilitation: Why factor in personality traits during rehabilitation planning?, and Client-centered care as a fundamental aspect of rehabilitation
In this issue: Can texting and cuing a client for comfort, security and supervision be considered attendant care, including: Attendant care via remote cueing and prompting, Form 1 and intermittent care, Case laws, Literature review: "The role of telehealth in providing attendant care services to individuals with disabilities", "Assistive technology and attendant care: A review of the literature", and "Telecare for people with intellectual disabilities: A systematic review"