Cognition after Brain Injury in Adults and Veterans:

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Tips and information on thinking and learning

by Tami Guerrier, B.S., Flora Hammond, M.D., Marilyn Lash, M.S.W., McKay Moore Sohlberg, Ph.D., Barbara J. Webster

 

A brain injury can cause changes in cognition with altered executive skills such as reasoning, problem solving, and judgment. This collection of 6 tip cards discusses compensatory strategies, changes in self awareness, memory strategies, avoiding fatigue and overload, and sensory hypersensitivities.

 

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This packaged set of tip cards for families includes:
 
  • Cognition Compensatory Strategies after Brain Injury
  • Changes in Self Awareness After Brain Injury
  • Memory After Brain Injury
  • Memory Strategies After Brain Injury
  • Fatigue and Overload Strategies for Preventing Shutdowns and Meltdowns after Brain Injury
  • Sensory Hypersensitivities After Brain Injury
 
These tip cards are packaged as a complete set with a wrap-around cover which can be personalised with your logo. 
 
You can preview each tip card under the Table of Contents.
 
 
Pages 6 tip cards, 8 pages each
  • Model: SACOG
  • Shipping Weight: 0.1kg
  • Published by: Lash & Associates

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 09 August, 2012.