Cognitive Assessment and Rehabilitation Following Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Stroke (CVA) and other Neurological and Psychiatric Disorders
Cognitive deficit is common following TBI, CVA and other disorders. The deficit may range from mild to catastrophic and may affect memory, attention and concentration, planning, problem solving, cognitive flexibility, language, perception, and other functions. Cognitive rehabilitation has proved to be an effective approach to the treatment of these deficits. Precise neuropsychological diagnosis is the key to the design of an effective cognitive rehabilitation program. We offer comprehensive neuropsychological diagnostic assessment and individualized cognitive rehabilitation programs in a broad range of neurological disorders in children and adults.