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Current status of recreation and leisure services in post-acute rehabilitation programmes for traumatic head injured adults



Current status of recreation and leisure services in post-acute rehabilitation programmes for traumatic head injured adults



Journal of Expanding Horizons in Therapeutic Recreation 2(2): 57-62



The nature of recreation and leisure services being offered to traumatic head injured adults participating in post-acute rehabilitation programmes in the USA is assessed.

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