Can contextualization improve rehabilitation in people with traumatic brain injury ?

Takeaway

  • Contextualizing rehabilitation programs for individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI) improves outcomes such as community participation, cognitive and motor scores 3- and 9-months post-discharge.

Why this matters ?

  • Findings support the idea that selecting rehabilitation treatments that have a meaningful context should be considered when establishing rehabilitation programs and goals for individuals with varying degrees of TBI.