Cognitive Rehabilitation

Cognitive rehabilitation refers to a wide range of evidence-based interventions that is designed to improve the cognitive functioning in brain-injured or other cognitively impaired individuals in order to restore the normal functioning. CR is designed mainly to stimulate new learning, or relearning, of cognitive tasks, and thus, to improve domains of deficit as the cognitive disabilities serves as the greatest barrier for the individual to lead a normal life. The two main techniques of Cognitive Rehabilitation are remediation and compensatory approaches. Restorative treatment or the remediation treatment involves improving the cognitive system to function in a wide range of activities whereas compensatory treatment focuses on the training solutions to a specific problem such as using memory notebooks or learning self-cutting strategies.

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