We recognize and value the trust and accountability given to KMS as the service provider to deliver outcomes according to established timetables because this ensures real value for all invested parties. As most professionals, observers and care-takers know, successful care does not always mean a return to pre-morbid functioning. Our focus on quality does mean good technical care and it also means sharing the responsibility with the client for establishing functional restoration goals. The concrete tasks associated with daily life (ADL’s) that are important to the client (and family) must be discovered. Often families of survivors have as much or more difficulty making adjustments than the survivor. Therefore we understand that the burden of distress within a family becomes a legitimate objective in brain injury care. As a result the management of interpersonal relationships is primary, not secondary, in importance and should be one of the measured results.
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