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Cognitive Strategies Framework for Cleaning and Home Organization

April 30, 2024 by Ashley Zhinin.
This is a framework for cognitive strategies while referencing a functional spring cleaning and home organization checklist to improve independence and accuracy for patients with cognitive communication deficits that impact attention, organization, problem-solving, and executive function tasks. Gopi Y, Wilding E, Madan CR. Memory rehabilitation: restorative, specific knowledge acquisition, compensatory, and holistic approaches. Cogn Process. […]
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Password Logbook Memory Strategy

April 30, 2024 by Ashley Zhinin.
This resource is a compensatory memory strategy for people with a brain injury, providing a space to keep all login and password information organized.
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Problem Solving Activities for Adolescents with Brain Injury

April 30, 2024 by Ashley Zhinin.
The adolescent age group is among the highest population susceptible to acquired brain injury. Problem solving deficits impacting social competence often create a functional barrier for this population. This clinical tool provides social problem solving therapy ideas for therapy use. Tlustos, S. J., Kirkwood, M. W., Taylor, H. G., Stancin, T., Brown, T. M., & […]
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Stretches for Shoulder Pain and Range of Motion

March 31, 2024 by Ashley Zhinin.
This HEP focuses on key stretches for decreasing shoulder pain and improving shoulder ROM. Clark-Wilson, J., Giles, G. M., & Baxter, D. M. (2014). Revisiting the Neuro­ functional Approach: Conceptualizing the core components for the rehabilitation of everyday living skills. Brain Injury, 28, 1646– 1656. Giles, G. M., & Clark-Wilson, J. (Eds.). (1993). Brain injury […]
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Childhood Apraxia of Speech: Treatment Strategies and Cards

March 15, 2024 by Megan Berg.
Effective intervention for childhood apraxia of speech should include collaborative intervention across all of the child’s communication environments. This activity involving repetitive practice with articulatory movements and initial sounds of words is for parents, therapists, and educators who are seeking therapeutic activities to promote positive communicative interactions in the home, school, and clinic environments.
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