Employee Assistance Programs often provide behavioral health services to employees. The article discusses issues related to employees affected by traumatic brain injury such as psychosocial challenges that may accompany reentry into the workplace. Strategies that employers may utilize to accommodate such challenges are presented. Implications for practitioners are explored within the context of the Americans with Disabilities Act, disability management, and human resources.
Dale Margolin Cecka, Portia L. Cole and Fatima M. Smith, Persons Affected by Traumatic Brain Injury in the Workplace: Implications for Employee Assistance Programs, 27 J. Workplace Behav. Health 227 (2012).