Community access and participation following acquired brain injury

About the Project

This is a mixed methods evaluation of the driving assessment process including outcomes, lifespace, and the efficacy of on-road driving remediation.

The purpose of this project is threefold:

  1. To explore lifespace of people with an acquired brain injury, pre-, post, and six-months following a comprehensive Occupational Therapy Driving Assessment.
  2. To examine the efficacy of on-road driving remediation at post intervention and six-month follow-up.
  3. To explore relationships between driving status and key psychological outcomes including self-awareness, self-efficacy, and depression.

Research Team:

Louise Bassingthwaighte, Louise Gustafsson, Matthew Molineux


This mixed methods evaluation is part of the ROAMM research program. Click here for further information about the research program looking at Restoring Occupations And coMMunity participation.


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