A special congratulations goes to TC CCAC's very own, Sally McMackin, Alison Golob, Ruby Panner and Lauren Peires who recently had their article, "Community integration and health-related quality-of-life following acquired brain injury for persons living at home." published in Taylor & Francis Online. Additionally, this article was co-written alongside Gary J. Gerber and Judith Gargaro.
This article outlines predictors of community integration (CI) and health-related quality-of-life (HRQoL) in a sample of Canadian adult, urban, multi-ethnic persons with acquired brain injury (ABI) receiving publicly-funded community services. As well as the importance of community services in supporting community integration and functional performance, while minimizing disability.
Again, congratulations to the ladies who worked so hard to bring this article to life. What a great accomplishment this is and is sure to be very rewarding for you all. You ladies are the definition of "the real deal".
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