Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Fig A:  Significant group x home environment interaction (F (3,114) = 3.28; p=.024) revealing significantly poorer long-term functioning outcomes for children with a TBI than children with an OI when the home environment had low enrichment, while high facilitative home environments revealed no significant group differences in functional impairment.

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Parenting Styles, Home Resources Play Key Roles in Recovery

Improving parenting skills and home environments could help more children overcome the longer-term effects of traumatic brain injury (TBI).

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Research and Training Details

Faculty8
Research Fellows and Post Docs2
Research Graduate Students3
Total Annual Grant Award Dollars$2,095,041
Total Publications23

Clinical Activities and Training

Staff Physicians1
Clinical Fellows4
Inpatient Encounters4,394
Outpatient Encounters5,307