Head Injury

Head Injury

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Head injury affects approximately 1 in 300 families in England and Wales. It happens 'out of the blue' - without warning and therefore can be a bewildering and frightening experience, and frequently has a dramatic and sometimes devastating effect on the lives of the people involved. The sudden onset and the uncertainty surrounding recovery means that head injury often presents families with a wide array of emotions such as fear, guilt and sadness. With no previous experiences toguide them, people with head injury and their families can feel overwhelmed. This book begins with essential informat.
Publisher: Oxford : OUP Oxford, 2008.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (382 pages)
Additional Contributors: Kischka, Udo
Tams, Rachel


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