Supporting employers at work after brain injury can be difficult. Suzanne Trask looks at the legal and practical considerations.
In terms of their ability to carry out work tasks, a brain injury may also affect the way someone thinks, learns and remembers things. It may also affect a person’s motivation and concentration. Someone with a brain injury returning to work may have problems with timekeeping or organisational skills. There are, however, many systems and work aids that can be put into place to help.
For the full article see: Work after brain injury: helping employees get ahead