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Comparison of people with ABI living in two accommodation settings: Shared supported accommodation and residential aged care


December 2010

Comparison of people with ABI living in two accommodation settings: Shared supported accommodation and residential aged care

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The aims of this article are twofold: (1) to describe the characteristics, support needs and level of community inclusion of people with an acquired brain injury living in shared supported accommodation in Victoria and (2) to compare the characteristics, support needs, social contact, community integration and leisure participation of this group with a group of people with ABI under 50 years old living in RAC reported in a previous study.


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Winkler, D., Farnworth, L., Sloan, S., Brown, T., and Callaway, L. (2010). Brain Impairment 11(3): 313-325.


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