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Later in the recovery process. 40 BEHAVIOURAL APPROACHES IN REHABILITATION Retrospective assessments are usually done by interview and the typical approach is to ask the patient when he or she remembers waking up. However, this may give a falsely short indication of the duration of PTA as the patient may report an island of memory. Reliability of retrospective assessment may be improved by using a semi-structured interview with both the family and the patient and then comparing accounts. Close questioning regarding actual events recalled by the patient is also useful if these can be verified.
It also involves working alongside the patient and family to ensure cooperation, greater efficiency in the application of behaviour goals, and greater effectiveness in bringing chart improvements in the real-world experience by the patient and his or her family. 2 Short-term goals set to achieve David’s first long-term goal 28 BEHAVIOURAL APPROACHES IN REHABILITATION CHAPTER 4 Behavioural approaches to assessment and management of people in states of impaired consciousness INTRODUCTION Consciousness is a term that can be defined either in strictly medical terms, as in the differentiation between those who are comatose and unresponsive after head injury and those who have “emerged” from coma (Plum & Posner, 1980), or in more philosophical terms, such as references to wakefulness, awareness, knowledge etc.
Single-case experimental designs avoid many of the problems inherent in group studies. The experimenter can tailor the treatment to the individual’s particular needs and continuously evaluate his or her responses to the treatment or intervention strategies while controlling for the effects of spontaneous recovery or improvement over time. This is not to deny the value of group studies in some circumstances. Group studies are necessary to answer certain questions, such as how many people are likely to benefit from a given intervention.