WILLIAM C. JARVIS, Ed. D.
IMPROVEMENT THROUGH
MOTIVATION
Motivational and Inspirational
Speaker
Jarvis Rehabilitation
Method

A method for measuring improvement
and increasing motivation after a
Traumatic or Acquired Brain Injury

Implemented at home or during traditional therapy!

Achiever of the
Year

2002

Hartwyck
Center for Head
Injuries

New Jersey
Speech-
Language-
Hearing
Association

For outstanding
communication
improvement

Perseverance
Award

2010


Brain Injury
Association of
Indiana

In Recognition of
Your Courage, Hard
Work, Optimistic
Outlook and
Dedication to
Recovery


               TBI/ABI COACHING!     

 Dr. Jarvis has developed the Jarvis Rehabilitation
Method (JRM) in 2008 to create internal motivation
to improve after a brain injury.   Dr. Jarvis was in
hospitals for eighteen months and has used these
strategies for many years after his own severe
TBI in 2000.  Today, Dr. Jarvis walks with a cane,
but has made remarkable improvement.  Dr. Jarvis
teaches improvement strategies that reinforce a
person’s motivation.  This method is based on his
experience as a TBI Survivor, a teacher, a
principal, college professor in Education, and co-
leader of a TBI Support Group.  His academic
study in Education and personal understanding of
the effects of a brain injury has provided an
opportunity to apply motivational strategies to
foster improvement during home rehabilitation.  

 When a TBI/ABI Survivor goes home there is a
need for a plan to improve.  Unfortunately, the
Survivor is often limited in knowing what to do
when he/she goes home.  The Jarvis Rehabilitation
Method gives detailed direction and a plan for
improvement.   The TBI/ABI survivor will
experience success and gain motivation as he/she
implements this plan and have the tools for future
improvement!  Implementation of this method
through establishing and charting deliberate goals
for focused weekly accomplishment will affirm
success in rehabilitation.

 This field study enables a person to work at their
own pace and helps track improvements over a
four-six month period.   A Pre-Post Assessment
Test gives participants a base line score.  Two
initial phone contacts and monthly follow up
contacts explain the strategies, Improvement
Charts, and help participants identify goals.  The
Pre-Post Assessment is given again at the
conclusion of the study.  Please register as a
participant in this field study without charge for
materials (on web site) or coaching.   Please
complete the Registration Form, Information Form,
and Non-disclosure Form today on the web site
“billjarvis.org” and have a plan to improve!  
Explanation of the method is on the power point on
the web site. The Jarvis Rehabilitation Method is
also available in book format.   Absolutely no cost,
providing you use the materials on-line; if you
prefer, a method manual is available for purchase.


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