The main goal of cognitive rehabilitation is to enhance productive living by improving impaired daily living skills. Although the approaches and techniques previously discussed affect overall cognitive functioning,
the generalizability of such training is uncertain. Functional strategies have begun to be developed to assuage the generalizability issue. Within the past 10 years, clinicians and researchers have attempted to design new methods of training to counteract the most problematic issues faced by persons with neurological disorders—living and working independently.
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