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Measuring Engagement in Life for Traumatic Brain Injury Maximize the amount of Improvement that is possible! How severe was initial injury? Length of time.

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1 Measuring Engagement in Life for Traumatic Brain Injury Maximize the amount of Improvement that is possible! How severe was initial injury? Length of time of recovery HAVING A PLAN FOR IMPROVING Maximizing Dependents on: Dr. Jarvis Jarvis Rehabilitation Method Feb, 2012 Hospital Rehabilitation

2 Traumatic Brain Injury Improvement Through Motivation Pre-Post Dimension Assessment of Engagement in Life SOCIAL DIMENSION COGNITIVE DIMENSION PHYSICAL DIMENSION PSYCHOLOGICAL DIMENSION. Dr. Jarvis Jarvis Rehabilitation Method Feb, 2012

3 Pre-Post Dimension Assessment- Engagement in Life SOCIAL DIMENSION (sample question) ____ When frustrated, I demonstrate self-control or self- regulation in social situations? Dr. Jarvis Jarvis Rehabilitation Method Feb, Never 2.Seldom 3.Sometimes 4. Almost Always 5. Always

4 Pre-Post Dimension Assessment- Engagement in Life COGNITIVE DIMENSION (sample question) ____ I can focus my attention and concentration to understand things? Dr. Jarvis Jarvis Rehabilitation Method Feb, Never 2.Seldom 3.Sometimes 4.Almost Always 5.Always

5 Pre-Post Dimension Assessment- Engagement in Life PHYSICAL DIMENSION (sample question) ____ I can do everyday specific physical requirements to bath, dress, and eat? Dr. Jarvis Jarvis Rehabilitation Method Feb, Never 2. Seldom 3. Sometimes 4. Almost Always 5. Always

6 Pre-Post Dimension Assessment- Engagement in Life PSYCHOLOGICAL DIMENSION (sample question) ____ I feel a purpose and productivity in my life? Dr. Jarvis Jarvis Rehabilitation Method Feb, Never 2. Seldom 3. Sometimes 4. Almost Always 5. Always

7 DIMENSION STRATEGIES SOCIAL LIVING LIFE AGAIN HAVING OTHER INTEREST SHARING IMPROVEMENT WITH OTHERS COGNITIVE CHANGING THINKING COMPUTER AND HOBBIES IMPROVE THINKING SKILLS VERBALIZATION Dr. Jarvis Jarvis Rehabilitation Method Feb, 2012

8 DIMENSION STRATEGIES PHYSICAL BEING CONSISTENT RECORDING ACCOMPLISHMENTS MOVING ON WITH YOUR LIFE PSYCHOLOGICAL VISUALIZING MAKING EVERYDAY COUNT NEVER GIVING UP ACCEPTING THE PROGRESS IS VERY SLOW HAVING PATIENCE BELIEVING Dr. Jarvis Jarvis Rehabilitation Method Feb, 2012

9 Traumatic Brain Injury Improvement Through Motivation INJURY 2008 KC Dr. Jarvis Jarvis Rehabilitation Method Feb, 2012 SocialCognitive PhysicalPsycholog ical 6months /18/ /11/ /24/ months4/18/20097/6/20097/24/2010 Total Average % Improvement for all dimensions simultaneously

10 Traumatic Brain Injury Improvement Through Motivation INJURY 2006 SK SocialCognitive PhysicalPsycholog ical 6months /1/ /17/ /13/ months11/12/20086/17/200911/13/2009 Total Average % Improvement for all dimensions simultaneously Dr. Jarvis Jarvis Rehabilitation Method Feb, 2012

11 Traumatic Brain Injury Improvement Through Motivation INJURY 2005 CM SocialCognitive PhysicalPsycholog ical 6months20 10/19/ /7/ /21/ months10/19/20086/7/200910/21/2009 Total Average % Improvement for all dimensions simultaneously Dr. Jarvis Jarvis Rehabilitation Method Feb, 2012

12 Traumatic Brain Injury Improvement Through Motivation INJURY 2000 BJ SocialCognitive PhysicalPsycholo gical 6months20 12/1/ /1/ /1/ /1/ months12/1/200112/1/200412/1/200712/1/200 9 Total Average % Improvement for all dimensions simultaneously Dr. Jarvis Jarvis Rehabilitation Method Feb, 2012

13 SURVEY – A PERSON’S ATTITUDE TOWARDS IMPROVEMENT and MOTIVATION TBI and ABI Survivors-SAMPLE QUESTIONS Write a response to each question in the blank: ____2 Are you motivated to improve? 1 Never 2 Seldom 3 Sometimes 4 Almost Always 5 Always ____4 Do you feel you have support and encouragement for improvement? 1 Never 2 Seldom 3 Sometimes 4 Almost Always 5 Always ____5 Are you persistent in an effort to improve? 1 Never 2 Seldom 3 Sometimes 4 Almost Always 5 Always Dr. Jarvis Jarvis Rehabilitation Method Feb, 2012

14 SURVEY – A PERSON’S ATTITUDE TOWARDS IMPROVEMENT and MOTIVATION ____ 6 Do you do improvement objectives at least three days a week. 1 Never 2 Seldom 3 Sometimes 4 Almost Always 5 Always ____7 Do you ever initiate objectives to improve without someone to remind you? 1 Never 2 Seldom 3 Sometimes 4 Almost Always 5 Always ____9 Do you have clear activities for specific goals? 1 Never 2 Seldom 3 Sometimes 4 Almost Always 5 Always Dr. Jarvis Jarvis Rehabilitation Method Feb, 2012

15 ATTITUDE TOWARDS IMPROVEMENT AND MOTIVATION SURVEY Date of injury: 5/29/08 KC IMPROVEMENT 86 MOTIVATION 88 TOTAL 87 Dr. Jarvis Jarvis Rehabilitation Method Feb, 2012

16 ATTITUDE TOWARDS IMPROVEMENT AND MOTIVATION SURVEY Date of injury: FEB SK IMPROVEMENT 84 MOTIVATION 84 COMBINED 84 Dr. Jarvis Jarvis Rehabilitation Method Feb, 2012

17 ATTITUDE TOWARDS IMPROVEMENT AND MOTIVATION SURVEY Date of injury: 7/3/05 CM IMPROVEMENT 78 MOTIVATION 82 TOTAL 80 Dr. Jarvis Jarvis Rehabilitation Method Feb, 2012

18 ATTITUDE TOWARDS IMPROVEMENT AND MOTIVATION SURVEY Date of injury: Dec BJ  IMPROVEMENT 98 MOTIVATION 94 COMBINED 96 Dr. Jarvis Jarvis Rehabilitation Method Feb, 2012

19 Summary Improvement for every TBI Survivor is different and possible. Survivors benefit from a plan for improvement after traditional therapy. Although improvement is very slow, it can be measured by the degree of engagement in life. As increased engagement is realized, the Survivor is encouraged and motivated. Dr. Jarvis Jarvis Rehabilitation Method Feb, 2012 Traumatic Brain Injury Improvement Through Motivation


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