4. Therapeutic interventions

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Therapeutic interventions occur as early as possible in the recovery continuum. Rehabilitation provides a multidisciplinary team approach that is driven by the needs of the individual across different health and non-health disciplines.

  • Recovery refers to the process of returning towards a pre-morbid state or better.
  • Adaptation includes changing what or how we do things to complete a task or process successfully, as well as psychosocial adjustment.
  • Compensation refers to using an alternate strategy to achieve the same outcome.
  • Prevention has a key role in minimising the risk of adverse events or poor outcomes.

Specialised rehabilitation programs for people with severe and very severe TBI are provided in different health and non-health environments across the recovery pathway.

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