Moving From Aged Care Facilities to Community-Based Accommodation: Outcomes and Environmental Factors
Brain injury : [BI] 2011; 25(2): 153-68
Nearly 3500 people under 60 years of age are living in residential aged care in Australia, a situation which is generally recognized as incompatible with optimum quality of life. The objective of the current study is to explore the transition experiences of young people with acquired brain injury who have lived in aged care facilities and moved into community-based settings.
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