6 edition of Cognition and Occupation in Rehabilitation found in the catalog.
by American Occupational Therapy Association, In
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||369|
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Occupational therapists are active in providing cognitive rehabilitation that aims to minimize the effects of cognitive deficits in their clients' lives. This paper presents a brief review of the literature in the area of cognitive rehabilitation including major characteristics of existing occupational therapy models related to the treatment of. Cognition, Occupation, and Participation Across the Life Span Neuroscience, Neurorehabilitation, • Cognitive Rehabilitation of Children and Adults With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, This book prompts occupational therapy professionals and students.
"This book is affordable, and although aimed at occupational therapists, it would be useful for physiotherapists specializing in neurological rehabilitation, and health professionals who wish to. The theory and research supporting the application of cognitive rehabilitation into occupational therapy is explored in this article. Occupational therapy cognitive models for intervention divided according to functional and remedial approaches in cognitive rehabilitation are presented, as well as the published research on cognitive‐perceptual components in occupational therapy.
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Occupational Therapy’s Role in Cognitive Rehabilitation. Occupational therapy practitioners are experts at addressing the effects of cognitive deficits on daily life.
Using a person-centered perspective, they work with the client, family, and involved others to set collaborative goals and intervention priorities. Cognition and Occupation in Rehabilitation: Cognitive Models for Intervention in Occupational Therapy 1st Edition by Noomi Katz (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.
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Published April by American Occupational Therapy Association, In. Written in English. Cognition, Cognitive Rehabilitation, and Occupational Performance The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) asserts that occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants, through the use of occupations and activities, facilitate individuals’ cognitive functioning to enhance occupational performance, self-efficacy.
Functional cognition is a critical domain of concern for occupational therapy practice. As the health care system moves to assessing value through achievement of quality outcomes, the field of occupational therapy must address the inclusion of functional cognition in evaluation and treatment. Occupational therapists treat cognitive impairments because they have the potential to compromise the safety and long-term well-being of patients, especially elderly patients.
Early identification of performance-based cognitive impairments allows for the timely implementation of an occupational therapy care plan. Cognition, Occupation, and Participation Across the Life Span:Neuroscience, Neurorehabilitation, and Models of Intervention in Occupational Therapy, 3rd Ed.
Abstract: The translation of cognitive neuroscience into occupational therapy practice is a required competence that helps practitioners understand human performance and provides best. Cognition, Occupation, and Participation Across the Lifespan: Neuroscience, Neurorehabilitation, and Models of Intervention in Occupational Therapy, 4th Edition Abstract: Occupational therapy clinicians have the knowledge and skills to address the consequences of cognitive, neurological, and executive dysfunctions that can result from aging.
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The need for cognitive rehabilitation may be self‐evident. Cognitive rehabilitation draws upon theories from a number of disciplines including neuropsychology, occupational therapy, speech and language therapy and special education; therefore it is not the exclusive domain of one profession.
The ICF and the OTPF help occupational therapists. Cognition, Cognitive Rehabilitation, and Occupational Performance. You will receive an email whenever this article is corrected, updated, or cited in the literature.
You can manage this and all other alerts in My Account. The alert will be sent to: Confirm × This feature is. individuals with language and cognitive impairments since The exercises and techniques in this book have evolved through her experiences.
She has worked as a speech-language pathologist in various settings. In addition to working and writing, Kathy. Cognition and occupation in rehabilitation: cognitive models for intervention in occupational therapy.
[Noomi Katz;] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Noomi Katz. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description. Cognitive Rehabilitation of Memory: A Clinical-Neuropsychological Introduction comprehensively reviews evidence-based research for each clinical tool, defining guidelines on how to assess patients and set treatment goals and best practices for creating individualized rehabilitation programs.
The book also provides essential background knowledge on the nature and causes of memory impairment. He has spent 20 years working as a cognitive rehabilitation therapist with adults who have acquired neurological injuries at one of the largest brain injury rehabilitation units in the UK.
Anne Brannagan is Head Occupational Therapist from the London School. Objectives. To evaluate the effects of cognitive rehabilitation on return to work, independence in daily activities, community integration (occupational outcomes) and quality of life in people with traumatic brain injury, and to determine which cognitive rehabilitation strategy better achieves these outcomes.
The population of the elderly is raising in the improved countries with the death age becoming later in life due to the improvement of contemporary therapy approaches and socio‐economic and cultural levels.
Most older people with major disability of recent onset have the potential to benefit from geriatric rehabilitation. Rehabilitation for older people should have specific goals. There is a trend toward the incorporation of interventions for emotional regulation within cognitive rehabilitation, 68, 83, This is consistent with a central tenet of holistic neuropsychological rehabilitation, as well as increased recognition of the interaction of cognitive and emotional regulation as an integral aspect of.The largest two groups of people who acquire cognitive and perceptual impairments following brain damage are persons who experienced stroke and traumatic brain injury (TBI).
1 The physical rehabilitation of these patient groups is addressed in Chap .Occupational Therapy in Cognitive Rehabilitation Connie MS Lee Occupational therapist Queen Mary Hospital Hong Kong Page 2 Cognition Cognition refers to mental processes that include the abilities to concentrate, remember and learn, which enable us to think.
Thus people with cognitive deficits may have reduction in these abilities.