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Maintaining and developing friendships following severe traumatic brain injury- Principles of occupational therapy practice

April 2016

The Community Integration Questionnaire – Revised: Australian normative data and measurement of electronic social networking

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This paper has four aims: (i) develop and pilot items assessing ESN to add to the Community Integration Questionnaire, producing the Community Integration Questionnaire-Revised (CIQ-R); (ii) examine factor structure of the CIQ-R; (iii) collect Australian CIQ-R normative data; and (iv) assess test-retest reliability of the revised measure.


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Callaway, L., Winkler, D., Tippett, A., Herd, N., Migliorini, C., and Willer, B. (2016). Australian Occupational Therapy Journal 63(3): 143-153.


January 2016

Everyday choice making: Outcomes of young people with acquired brain injury after moving from residential aged care to community-based supported accommodation

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This article examines the opportunities young people with acquired brain injury have to make everyday choices after moving out of residential aged care into community-based shared supported accommodation.


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Winkler, D., Callaway, L., Sloan, S., and Holgate, N. (2015). Brain Impairment 16(3): 221-235.


December 2009

The community approach to participation: Outcomes following acquired brain injury intervention

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This study investigates the participation outcomes of individuals with severe acquired brain injury (ABI) who were provided with up to 12 months of intervention based on the Community Approach to Participation (CAP).


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Sloan, S., Callaway, L., Winkler, D., McKinley, K., Ziino, C., and Anson, K. (2009). Brain Impairment 10(3): 282-294.


December 2009

Changes in care and support needs following community-based intervention for individuals with acquired brain injury

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This article examines the care and support and participation outcomes for individuals with severe acquired brain injury provided with three consecutive years of Community Approach to Participation (CAP) intervention.


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Sloan, S., Callaway, L., Winkler, D., McKinley, K., Ziino, C., and Anson, K. (2009). Brain Impairment 10(3): 295-306.


January 2006

Factors that lead to successful community integration following severe traumatic brain injury

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This article aims to assess and identify predictive factors of community integration of people 3 to 15 years after severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). It finds that interventions that minimize challenging behavior and disability may make a significant difference to the level of community integration experienced by people with severe TBI.


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Winkler D, Unsworth C, Sloan S (2006). Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation 21(1): 8-21


August 2005

Maintaining and developing friendships following severe traumatic brain injury: Principles of occupational therapy practice

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This paper explores the role of occpational therapists, and describes principles of practice, in supporting and fostering friendships following traumatic brain injury.


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Callaway L, Sloan S, Winkler D (2005). Australian Occupational Therapy Journal 52(3): 257-260.


April 2005

Time use following a severe traumatic brain injury

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The aim of this study was to compare the time use of 37 people more than three years post injury with time use in the general Australian population. This time use study was part of a broader research project, which examined community integration and factors that lead to successful community integration. The results of this study were that the TBI sample spent less time in employment related activities and more time on personal care than the general population.


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Winkler, D., Unsworth, C., and Sloan, S. (2005). Journal of Occupational Science 12(2): 69-81.


May 2004

Community integration following severe traumatic brain injury: Outcomes and best practice

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This paper examines traumatic brain injury (TBI) community integration outcome literature and selected theoretical models. It also describes a Community Approach to Participation (CAP), an individualised and collaborative model of community-based practice, which endeavours to address the poor outcomes identified following TBI.


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Sloan, S., Winkler, D., and Callaway, L. (2004). Brain Impairment 5(1): 12-29.