2010

Authors

  • Julia Schmidt Julia Schmidt
  • Jennifer Fleming Jennifer Fleming
  • Tamara Ownsworth Tamara Ownsworth
  • Natasha A. Lannin Natasha A. Lannin

Background. Impaired self-awareness can limit rehabilitation outcomes for people with traumatic brain injury (TBI). Video feedback on occupatiol performance has been found to improve self-awareness after TBI when delivered according to specific principles. Purpose. The purpose of this article is to describe an occupation-based video feedback intervention found to be effective in a randomized controlled trial to assist with translation into clinical practice. Key Issues. The intervention uses therapist-mediated video feedback on clients' occupatiol performance, aiming to facilitate self-reflection on performance and improve self-awareness. This paper describes the theoretical background, intervention principles, and protocol of the intervention. Implications. Therapists can use video feedback intervention, incorporating the principles in this article, to improve people's intellectual awareness and ability to recognize and correct errors during task performance after TBI without a negative impact on emotiol status.