Neurocognitive Rehabilitation Therapy
What is Neurocognitive Rehabilitation Therapy?
This type of therapy aims to improve cognitive functions (memory, attention, and concentration) for individuals with conditions that affect the brain such as stroke, dementia, epilepsy, Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, ADHD, Autism, MS, and long COVID.
What is the Goal of Neurocognitive Rehabilitation Therapy?
The goal is to help clients implement recommendations from evaluations to support lifestyle changes and wellness behaviors. The sessions focus on better management of the condition that contributes to cognitive impairment while helping to lessen secondary consequences such as loss of autonomy.