As rates of dangerous drinking increase, services must improve their understanding of the needs of people with alcohol‐related brain damage such as Korsakoff syndrome (KS). This study looked at indications of change in key functioning areas for four people with KS living in a new supported living environment. The research highlighted the individualised and complex needs of people with KS and suggests that three specific factors may influence changes in functioning.
Mental Health Review Journal – Emerald Publishing
Published: Jun 1, 2008
Keywords: Korsakoff syndrome; Alcohol‐related brain injury; Supported living; Rehabilitation; Functioning
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