Cognitive Rehabilitation

 The broad range of evidence-based interferences intended to improve cognitive functioning in brain-injured or otherwise cognitively lessened persons to re-establish normal functioning, or to recompense for cognitive discrepancies refers to Cognitive rehabilitation. It involves an customized program of specific skills exercise and practice plus metacognitive approaches. Metacognitive approaches comprises in helping the patient to upsurge self-awareness concerned with a problem-solving technique and skills by learning how to screen the efficiency of these techniques and self-correct when indispensable. Cognitive rehabilitation treatment is a subsection of Cognitive Rehabilitation provided by rehabilitation specialists and has been shown to be operative for persons who agonized a stroke in the left or right hemisphere or brain trauma. A computer-assisted type of cognitive rehabilitation treatment called cognitive remedy treatment has been used to treat schizophrenia, ADHD and major depressive disorder.  

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