Editorial
31 diciembre 2022

Participación Social. La medida de resultado más esperada en neurorrehabilitación.

Jorge Alegre-Ayala
Centro Europeo de Neurociencias (CEN), 28023 (Madrid)
participación socialaccidente cerebro vasculardesempeño ocupacionalevaluaciónintervenciónDaño cerebral adquirido
Vol. 4 Núm. 2 (2022): Diciembre

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Resumen

La participación social o comunitaria es una preocupación para las personas afectadas por daño cerebral. En muchas ocasiones tras el alta de rehabilitación, no se encuentran preparadas para vivir en la comunidad ni para participar en los roles de la vida deseados. A pesar de que la participación social es un indicador clave de éxito en la neurorrehabilitación y reconocida como una medida de resultado por toda la comunidad socio-sanitaria, encontramos una falta de claridad y consenso, en lo relativo a las heramientas de evaluación y recomendaciones sobre las mejores intervenciones. Esta editorial trata la participación social, desde un punto de vista conceptual y p´ractico. Pretendemos generar un espacio de reflexión y ofrecer algunas directrices basadas en la evidencia científica para la evaluación y para la intervención centrada en la participación. 

  Cómo citar

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Cuesta-García C, Alegre-Ayala J. Participación Social. La medida de resultado más esperada en neurorrehabilitación. MOVE [Internet]. 31 de diciembre de 2022 [citado 2 de febrero de 2023];4(2). Disponible en: https://jomts.com/index.php/MOVE/article/view/648
  

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