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Is there any type of therapy that can be worked on in the home to help brain injured survivors with disinhibition and impulsitivity, especially when around others or in a new invironment?
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My Daughter Suffered From Brain Damage Also.... If You Find Anything Out That Works Can You Let Me Know... This Is My 1st Child, Shes Only 2 Months And I'm In My Early 20s With Not Alot Of Expeience With Children.. I'm Soo Confused With What To Do ! ! ! !
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Hi,

Brain injured patients may receive rehabilitation that involves individually tailored treatment programs in the areas of physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech/language therapy, physiatry, psychology, and social support. A complete physical and neurological examination is needed in each treatment program.  It would be best to discuss which treatment option is best for you with your doctor for proper evaluation and management.

Take care and keep us posted.


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