Following an acquired brain injury, often a client experiences changes in cognition, emotion, personality and behaviour.
Cognitive rehabilitation is a treatment for acquired brain injury clients to help improve everyday function.
It involves specialist assessment in order to specify skills and strategies for the ABI client and their carers/family.
It may involve behavioural advice, pen and paper tasks to practice, psychoeducation, computer programs and apps, or skills to use in everyday life.
For many it is a vital part of the rehabilitative process alongside physical forms of rehabilitation. It provides a way of reaching optimal trajectories of recovery and can improve client insight, wellbeing and safety.
Unfortunately the health system is limited with regards to access to cognitive rehabiliation, length of cognitive rehabilation and resources for cognitive rehabilitation.
Dr Moore can provide bespoke cognitive rehabilitation assessment and treatment within the South West of England in cases where funding is approved by solicitors.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for for information of to make an enquiry.