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A Model of Family Assessment and Intervention

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Figure 31–1. Concentric circles of intervention.

Figure 31–2. Levels of intervention.

Figure 31–3. Stages of intervention.
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Table 31–1. A model of family assessment and intervention after traumatic brain injury
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Table 31–2. New York University Head Injury Family Interview

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