Difficulties on Admission
The most severe and frequent difficulties for this profile are thinking and memory problems, and the ability to carry out practical tasks. Individuals in this profile may display behaviour that challenges.
Across BIRT Services
55 (30%) people admitted this year presented with this profile.
Outcomes on discharge
40 people with this needs’ profile were discharged. 65% in this group were discharged within one year.
35% had no or part-time supervision
55% had no or part-time supervision
26% were living independently or in supported living
69% were living independently or in supported living
Occupation or leisure
46% were engaged in regular recreational activity
86% were engaged in regular recreational activity
Very severe limitations on participation in meaningful social roles
Moderate limitations on participation in meaningful
* Malec, J. F., Kean, J., & Monahan, P. O. (2017). The minimal clinically important difference for the Mayo-Portland Adaptability Inventory. The Journal of head trauma rehabilitation, 32(4), E47-E54.