The SABI program helps families, survivors and caregivers explore who the person is behind the brain injury. It is a step by step method for developing a personal profile, identifying key life events, examining the meaning of the diagnosis, describing abilities and limitations, looking at pre injury personal development, and identifying current lifestyle and coping strategies.
The SABI program discusses:
- Changes in the survivor's brain
- Changes in perspective and priorities for the survivor
- Changes in social support and friends
- New way of looking at life after brain injury
- Striving for maximum quality of life.
The workbook is filled with personal examples using a variety of individuals, challenges, services and living situations. It helps the survivor, family and caregiver put life in perspective by exploring 12 life themes of:
- Social contacts
- Housing and housekeeping
- Certainty about the future
- Meaning in life.
The workbook comes with a USB drive with PDF files for all forms so they can be used many times as the person progresses, as family situations change, as new needs and challenges are identified, and as services and living arrangements are developed.
|Pages||126 pages plus CD with PDF files|