Cognitive Rehabilitation

Cognitive disabilities serve as the greatest barrier for a patient from leading a normal life. These disabilities include memory, attention, social behaviour, safety judgment, and future planning. Cognitive rehabilitation is not a single treatment but a collection of treatments, protocols and exercises to cure cognitive impairments. The major approaches are the restorative treatment and the compensatory treatment where restorative treatment focuses on improving the cognitive system to function in a wide range of activities and compensatory treatment focuses on training solutions to specific problem areas such as using memory notebooks or learning self-cuing strategies. This treatment can also be used to treat Schizophrenia, ADHD and is recommended for Traumatic Brain Injuries treatment.

  • Cognitive remediation therapy
  • Metacognitive strategies
  • Attention Skills
  • Executive Skills
  • Memory Skills
  • Cognitive skills enhancement

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