The claimant sought a catastrophic impairment designation, entitlement to ACBs, and medical benefits for occupational therapy and vision therapy. Adjudicator Grieves found that the claimant suffered a Class 4 Marked Impairment in adaptation, and therefore met the catastrophic impairment definition. The accident was a relatively minor rear-end collision, but resulted in the claimant suffering from a mild TBI, and psychological injuries. She continued to work after the accident, but only on a part-time basis. She lacked motivation to engage in daily routines, showered only once per week, had trouble preparing meals, and the claimant’s home was scattered with garbage and cat feces. The claimant experienced multiple periods where she needed to live with her mother because she could not manage independent living. Adjudicator Grieves found the claimant was entitled to ACBs of $644.63 per month for assistance with meal preparation and bathroom and bedroom hygiene. She was critical of the insurer’s assessor, who considered only the claimant’s physical abilities and failed to consider the claimant’s psychological barriers. Medical benefits for aquatherapy was dismissed as it was duplicative, and the claimant already had access to a pool and personal trainer. A treatment plan for a professional organizer and a treatment plan for vision therapy was awarded.