INCLUDING: Attendant Care, In Home, Cognitive, Job Site, Future Care Costs, Catastrophic/Situational, Medical-Legal, Social Work, Readiness to Return to Work, Driving – “Road to Recovery”, and Comprehensive Vocational
INCLUDING: Occupational Therapists, Case Managers, PGAP Certified Occupational Therapists, Rehabilitation Support Workers (RSW), In-Home and Community, Neuro-Physiotherapists, Social Workers, Driver Rehabilitation, Driver Anxiety Desensetization Program, and In-Home Massage Therapists
According to the article, “A practical outcome scale for paediatric head injury” 1, The KOSCHI was created by Crouchman and colleagues “due to the lack of evaluation of active and rehabilitation therapies after TBI.” It is meant to be an adaptation of the original Glasgow Outcome Scale (GOS) for adults.
In this blog post, we will be discussing the Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale (BPRS). This scale was first published in 1962 and is one of the oldest, widely used scales to measure psychotic symptoms. The BPRS is measured to have good reliability and validity.