Memory impairment is one of the most common complications of TBI, posing significant barriers to the everyday life, work, school, and quality of life. Standard practice involves memory strategies incorporating the use of a memory notebook. Increasingly, the general public has been using electronic personal organizers (EPOÂ’s). The EPO has all the features of the standard notebook as well as offering alarms and backup options, are compact, require no extra supplies, and are easy to update. This randomized, controlled study compares an EPO to the standard memory notebook in terms daily function.
Registry Project Number: 128
Lead Investigator: Hammond, F
Lead Center for Project: Carolinas Rehabilitation
Collaborating Investigators: Grattan, K, Norton, H, Gosney, G, Baker, G, Hill, J
Date of Completion: 01/01/2003
Status of Project: Latest Information Shown
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