Combining practical strategies, educational information, and therapy activities, this Tool Kit on cognition after brain injury gives clinicians tools for treatment and rehabilitation of acquired and traumatic brain injury (TBI) in in-patient, out-patient and community settings. Contains 2 therapy manuals with activities for cognition and cognitive communication. Supply of 60 tip cards for families, patients, caregivers and staff address effects of brain injury on attention, self awareness, compensatory strategies, communication, confabulation, fatigue, irritability, journaling, memory, sensory hypersensitivities, and sleep.
This inclusive kit provides the foundation for a cognitive rehabilitation program that focuses on helping individuals maximize their abilities with hands on tools that are based on clinical experience and best practices. This comprehensive kit includes...
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Tip cards are effective tools to educate clients, patients, caregivers and families as well as staff about brain injury. They are filled with checklists and strategies on specific areas affecting cognition. Five tip cards of each title below are included.
Attention after Brain Injury
Changes in Self Awareness after Brain Injury
Cognition: Compensatory Strategies after Brain Injury
Communicating with an Adult after Brain Injury
Confabulation: After Brain Injury, What’s It Mean?
Fatigue and Overload: Strategies for Preventing Shutdowns and Meltdowns
Irritability and Anger after Brain Injury
Journaling after Brain Injury
Memory after Brain Injury
Memory Strategies after Brain Injury
Sleep after Brain
|Pages||Full Kit includes 2 manuals with USBs to print activities and scoresheets and 60 tip cards.|
|Year||Fourth edition, 2014|