Functional limitations in TBI and their relationship to job maintenance following work re-entry
by Laura K. Artman and Brian T. McMahon
Available formats: PDF
Functional limitations in TBI and their relationship to job maintenance following work re-entry.
Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation,
Using data from the Job Accommodation Network Information System (JANIS), the utility of self-reported functional limitations was examined in relationship to job maintenance for individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI) who had returned to work. It was found that memory loss and attention/concentration concerns were the most common functional limitations reported. To further establish which limitations were associated with job maintenance, a binary logistic regression was applied. Results suggested that the presence of medical symptoms and emotional dysregulation were reliably and inversely associated with job maintenance. Implications are provided for further research as well as the practice of rehabilitation counseling.