Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1-1997

Abstract

In the fall of 1994, 11-year-old Matthew experienced a traumatic brain injury. Two years later, he is a consistent honor roll student. This is the story of how occupational therapy helped Matt heal and move on to life as a regular kid.

Comments

Article originally published in OT Week:
Loukas, K. M. (1997). The recovery of Matthew, a success story. OT Week, Jan. 20. The American Occupational Therapy Association.
© AOTA; placed here with permission.

"How occupational therapy helped facilitate my recovery" by Matt Pascarella, and "How Matthew became a "regular" kid" by Kathryn M. Loukas are included as supplementary documents.

WhatOTMeansToMe.pdf (271 kB)
How Occupational Therapy Helped Facilitate My Recovery, by Matt Pascarella

How Matthew became.pdf (405 kB)
How Matthew Became A "Regular" Kid, by Kathryn M. Loukas

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