Dr Andy Mantell qualified as a social worker from Edinburgh University in 1991. He worked as a hospital social worker, specialising in neurodisability until 2005, when he started lecturing in social work. He is currently a senior lecturer at the University of Greenwich. His current research interests include acquired brain injury, safeguarding adults, mental capacity, interprofessional working and professional curiosity.
Andy Mantell reviews a study by Giles and colleagues (2018), looking at the interrelationship between ‘activities of daily living’ (ADLs) and ‘instrumental activities of daily living’ (IADLs), among people living in the community, following moderate to severe traumatic brain injury.[read the full story...]