Education is the essence of rehabilitation for individuals after a spinal cord injury (SCI). Yet, there is very little research that examines the specific effects of educational interventions. This article provides several practical strategies and solutions for delivering educational programming that were derived from a study of community-dwelling individuals with SCI (D.L. Wolfe, et al., 2002). This study focused on the "collective wisdom" of individuals who have lived with SCI for some time and examined the particular strategies they felt might have been useful in the rehabilitation process. The strategies presented are designed to address the challenges of readiness/relevance, individual variation, and access.
Overcoming Challenges: The Role of Rehabilitation in Educating Individuals with SCI to Reduce Secondary Conditions
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D.L. Wolfe, P.J. Potter, K.A.J. Sequeira; Overcoming Challenges: The Role of Rehabilitation in Educating Individuals with SCI to Reduce Secondary Conditions. Top Spinal Cord Inj Rehabil 1 July 2004; 10 (1): 41–50. doi: https://doi.org/10.1310/J9MW-P9AK-JRPE-7NTV
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