What is Cognitive Rehabilitation, and how does it work?
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Helping People lead Productive Lives
Heike @ Mind your Brain is proud to offer Cognitive Rehabilitation Treatment within her ‘Practice of Professional Psychological Services’. Services include therapeutic care, emotional counselling, and education for:
cognitive aging/ cognitive health
people with acquired brain injury.
In general, Cognitive Rehabilitation refers to a set of non-invasive and evidence-based techniques and interventions intended to alleviate cognitive (e.g. memory) difficulties by improving performance in cognitive and functional areas, thereby improving a client’s quality of life.
Acquired Brain Injury
Conditions in which Cognitive Rehabilitation Principles can be and have been utilized successfully include:
Traumatic Brain Injury
Anoxic Brain Injury (e.g. drowning)
Conditions in which Cognitive Rehabilitation Principles can be and have been successfully utilized: