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- Guidelines for Identifying, Managing, and Preventing Brain Injury in Elderly Persons
This guide lists some practical ‘things to know’ when dealing with an elderly person and brain injury. Knowing what to look for, what to do, and what the elderly person may be experiencing can help to produce more beneficial outcomes for everybody involved in identifying, managing, and preventing brain injury in elderly persons.
- How Civil Employees Can Identify and Manage People With Brain Injuries in an Emergency Situation
In an emergency situation civil employees need to identify and manage various situations that may include people with either brain injury or cognitive disability. This guide lists things that civil employees can do to facilitate communication with, and cooperation from, people with either brain injury or cognitive disability.