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A Scoping Review of Occupational Therapy Approaches to Enable Occupations for People Living with Behavioral Disturbance as a Result of Acquired Brain Injury
Open Journal of Occupational Therapy
Behavioral disturbance impacts almost 50% of people living with acquired brain injury (ABI) and severely impedes occupational participation. Occupational therapists are appropriately qualified and well placed to address behavioral disturbance. This scoping review analyzes the literature to ascertain approaches used by occupational therapists to treat behavioral disturbance. Method Method: A literature search of three databases revealed 379 papers for consideration, five of which met inclusiondoi:10.15453/2168-6408.1844 fatcat:6iifxux4szfmvns6phnijrp5ey