Special Article - Brain Injury Medicine
J Pediatr & Child Health Care. 2018; 3(1): 1022.
Rehabilitation Medicine NHS/BSRM -UK
*Corresponding author: M.A Ali, DRehabilitation Medicine NHS/BSRM -UK
Received: September 19, 2018; Accepted: September 25, 2018; Published: October 02, 2018
To develop a protocol for performing the STAR (Sensory to Responsiveness) assessment for establishing the level of a diagnosed with an acquired brain injury resulting in a low level.
We as a Multidisciplinary team at CERU extended our Sense Programmed (SSAP), which was originated at CERU in 1992 Lamington Spa Rehabilitation Hospital (RLSRH) and incur Modality Focused Patient -Centered Assessment Program multidisciplinary team to tailor assessment stimuli bespoke programmer provides various forms of stimuli (e.g., visual, a daily basis in order to provide multiple opportunities to as allows for further opportunities I.e. cause/ effect switch act STAR provides us an accurate record of behaviors to inform consciousness and establish any means of communication.
STAR Assessment for three sensory modalities; auditory, vis addition to communication and emotional responses admin order, reflexive, withdrawal, brief localization, localization a distinguishing the level of responses expected in each con state vs, Minimally Conscious State (MCS) and Emerging State (EMCS).
Thus STAR, Sensory Tool for the Assessment of Responsive comprises of a total 10 week programmer with STAR asses initial diagnosis, with a written report/review with a Multidisc followed by a Modality Focused Patient Centered Assesse followed by reassessments finally leads to MDT confirmation.