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A typical group study provides different treatments for two or more groups of people, although one group is sometimes subjected to two or more treatments. Usually, results are described in terms of the average or mean response of each group under each condition. Wide individual differences are common. Group studies rarely indicate how many people improve, how many remain unaffected, or how many are made worse by the treatment. The findings are often of little value in predicting whether or not a particular treatment is likely to be effective for a particular person.
When and where should the training/procedure be carried out? • How should this be carried out—and how often? • What happens if the patient/client succeeds? ) • What happens if the patient/client fails? ) 24 BEHAVIOURAL APPROACHES IN REHABILITATION • How will success be measured? ) • Who will be responsible for keeping the records? ) • Who will be responsible for liaising between the various parties (this might be the case manager, a key worker, a particular therapist, or the psychologist). Step 7 Begin treatment.
1 David’s long-term goals OZ=Oliver Zangwill Centre for Neuropsychological Rehabilitation everyday problems. , sorting out his accommodation and finding lost belongings), and in general was engaged in doing more things. Other examples of goal planning for people with brain injury can be found in Wilson et al. (2000a) and Wilson, Evans, and Keohane (2002). A special issue of the journal Neuropsychological Rehabilitation devoted to “Outcomes in brain injury rehabilitation” (Fleminger & Powell, 1999) contains several articles about goal planning.