Cognitive Rehabilitation

STEPHANIE A. KOLAKOWSKY-HAYNER and JEFFREY S. KREUTZER

Virginia Commonwealth University

I. Introduction

II. Neurobehavioral Problems

III. Cognitive Rehabilitation Techniques

IV. Practical Issues

V. Functional Approaches cussion syndrome, head injury, and other neurological conditions. Clients are made aware of changes in their cognitive abilities and taught to recognize impairments. Cognitive rehabilitation enhances a client's ability to compensate for lasting impairments.

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