Facilitating Functional Cognitive Rehab
The original approach presented in this live seminar provides clinicians a unique system to address functional cognition. This approach offers targeted intervention techniques for 8 levels of functional cognitive performance. It focuses on the management of 3 global elements of functional activity: time, environment and interpersonal skills. The foundation of the approach is based on a structured system of real-life graded tasks and activities that all members of the therapy team can apply to maximize functional improvement. The approach uses a performance-based evaluation scale to set goals and measure progress. Interwoven throughout the course are ideas for developing self-awareness and compensatory techniques to foster independence.
Decreasing reimbursement and shorter lengths of stay present a challenge when conducting cognitive rehabilitation for adults with brain injuries. There is an increasing mandate on addressing functional cognition, requiring that intervention and evaluation be ecologically valid. Traditional cognitive rehabilitation techniques and testing have come into question. A new framework as outlined in this seminar is needed for implementing ecologically valid cognitive intervention.
Upcoming In-Person Seminars thru Summit Education
In-Person Seminars Starting in September 2021
Toms River NJ – Thursday 9/23/2021
Eatontown NJ – Friday 9/24/2021
East Brunswick NJ – Saturday 9/25/2021
Lansing MI – Thursday 10/7/2021
Grand Rapids MI – Friday 10/8/2021
Kalamazoo MI – Saturday 10/9/2021
Occupation Based Cognitive Rehab
Online Webinar thru Occupationaltherapy.com
This online webinar provides occupational therapists an occupation based approach for implementing cognitive rehabilitation of adults with acquired brain injuries including CVA, TBI, tumors, multiple sclerosis and more. The approach differs from that of traditional cognitive rehab by implementing performance based evaluation and intervention techniques.