Adaptive Functioning

Fletcher et al. (1990) found that children with severe TBI exhibited problems in adaptive functioning, whereas those with moderate and mild TBI did not exhibit these problems. In contrast, Andrews et al. (1998) found that adaptive weaknesses were present across all levels of brain injury in their sample. Taylor et al. (1999) also found deficits in adaptive functioning following TBI, especially in the presence of family dysfunction. Levin et al. (2004b) determined that children with TBI involving the frontal lobes had a higher frequency of adaptive deficits in daily living skills and social skills than did children without frontal lesions following TBI.

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