Cognitive rehabilitation is moving away from drill and practice, toward a real-world focus. This course describes 6 functional approaches to cognitive rehabilitation (without workbooks) applied across cognitive domains of attention, memory, executive functions, and pragmatic communication. Collaborative approaches to assessment and goals setting are described and case studies included to illustrate the process of functional cognitive rehabilitation.
Beyond Workbooks: Cognitive Rehabilitation for Traumatic Brain Injury
Let’s Leverage the Benefits of Tech to Help Cognitively Impaired Clients
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
Don MacLennan has provided cognitive rehabilitation across the continuum of care for veterans with TBI for over 35 years. In his work at VA he has served as a consultant to the field in functional cognitive rehabilitation and assistive technology and as a consultant to the Department of Defense in cognitive rehabilitation for service members with mild TBI. He. Is a recipient of VA’s Rick L Bollinger Clinician of the Year award and has special interest in applying cognitive rehabilitation to help veterans return to work and school.
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|5 min: Intro: goals, scope definition of cognitive rehabilitation|
|20 min: 6 approaches to cognitive rehabilitation|
|15 min: A mindfulness approach to workbooks|
|25 min: EBP Tx for attention|
|20 min: EBP Tx for memory|
|20 min: EBP Tx for executive functions|
|20 min: EBP Tx for pragmatic communication|
|15 min: BREAK|
|5 min: Etiologies and symptoms of TBI|
|15 min: Assessment for TBI|
|40 min: Collaborative goal setting for TBI|
|10 min: Case Study I – self talk strategy for auditory comprehension|
|15 min: Case Study 2 – process simulation strategy for self-motivation|
|35 min: Case Study 3 – return to school with mild TBI|
|Financial||Don MacLennan received compensation for this presentation SpeechTherapyPD.com. |
|Nonfinancial||No relevant nonfinancial relationships exist. |