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Case Study..... Judy was 18 when the terrible crash happend. While judi was returning home from work, a driver ran a red light and smashed into the drivers side of judis car. she was unconcious when she arrived at the hospital. swelling in the brain required removal ofskull bone on both sides of her head. her friends took turns spending time with her and kept judi up on all their activities. judi's 19th birthday was celebrated in rehabilitation center. she was to be released to her home and in the care of her parents nearly 11mnths later-still not fully conscious but responding to stimuli and eating and swallowing when fed. 1.) Discuss the possible consequences if judi becomes fully conscious. 2.) What kind of resources might be provided for family members?

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