This book is targeted toward helping Army leaders of all levels to assist wounded, injured, and ill soldiers and their families while undergoing medical rehabilitation or interacting with essential healthcare and community reintegration services. Many facets are involved in the successful healing and reintegration of soldiers, whether they continue on active duty or become successful veterans. This book should serve as a valuable tool for learning about the resources and processes that will maximize each wounded, injured, or ill soldieras chances for success and be a resource for leaders. Information is provided about the Army Warrior Transition Command and key Army, federal agencies, veteran and military service organizations, and selected other organizations and their services and programs. Accessible information about essential principles, practices, and definitions in medical rehabilitation are included. Also presented are several vignettes on soldiers who have successfully adapted to their impairments to lead remarkable lives as soldiers or Army veterans. Although geared toward nonmedical personnel working with wounded, injured, and ill soldiers, the book has material of interest to a much broader audience. It is a must-read for anyone working within the Warrior Transition Command, or who is closely involved with or interested in assisting wounded, injured, and ill soldiers and their families.See Supplemental Security Income program Stance control knees, m State and local government activities, Title II, Qal Stockwell, Melissa, mam ... Triad of care, 4, Q Truman, Harry, M TTDS (teletypewriters), i ltra lightweight wheelchairs, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Warrior Transition Leader: Medical Rehabilitation Handbook|
|Author||:||Defense Dept., Rory A. Cooper, Borden Institute, Paul F. Pasquina, Office of the Surgeon General, Ron Drach, Army Medical Department Center and School (U.S.)|
|Publisher||:||Government Printing Office - 2013-04-20|