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Synonyms for rehabilitation

the systematic application of remedies to effect a cure

Synonyms for rehabilitation

the conversion of wasteland into land suitable for use of habitation or cultivation

vindication of a person's character and the re-establishment of that person's reputation

the treatment of physical disabilities by massage and electrotherapy and exercises

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Cognitive rehabilitation programs are promising in this respect.
Assessing executive performance during cognitive rehabilitation. Neuropsychol Rehabil.
Cognitive rehabilitation interventions for executive function: Moving from bench to bedside in patients with Traumatic Brain Injury.
Traditional cognitive rehabilitation employs specific exercises designed to improve cognitive functions through repetitive training exercises that specifically target the impaired component processes.
Haskins says the cognitive rehabilitation field has seen a good amount of research pointing to holistic approaches to treatment as the most effective strategies for assisting individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI) from various causes.
These findings allow us to think about the implications in terms of neuroplasticity and cognitive rehabilitation. Once it is probable that DS problems are associated positively with some structural damages, people with brain reserve have something like "fat to burn", while those with cognitive reserve can handle better and find different ways to figure out a problem.
"We tend to focus a lot on physical rehabilitation after heart surgery, but what about cognitive rehabilitation?" says psychiatrist Leo Pozuelo, MD, Associate Director of the Bakken Heart Brain Institute at Cleveland Clinic.
She has led cognitive rehabilitation and functional integration training and is a medical rehabilitation surveyor for the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
The strengths of our department are early intervention for young people and cognitive rehabilitation, which are practised at the Youth Clinic and at Il Bosco, a special day-care service.
Another exclusion under the same heading states that the employer that offered the plan excludes coverage for "educational services and treatment of behavioral disorders, together with services for remedial education including evaluation or treatment of learning disabilities, minimal brain dysfunction, developmental and learning disorders, behavioral training, and cognitive rehabilitation. This includes services, treatment, or educational testing and training related to behavioral (conduct) problems, learning disabilities, or developmental delay."
And then targeted cognitive rehabilitation in certain domains may be very important."
The first webinar, "Trends in Cognitive Rehabilitation", will teach about this systematic set of therapeutic services that improves cognitive functioning and participation in activities affected by difficulties with memory, organization, following directions and other cognitive skills.
Educators and cognitive rehabilitation clinicians were surprised at the findings, which challenge a large body of published science that has shown that making mistakes while learning information hurts memory performance for older adults, and that passive learning is better suited to older brains.
These patients need differentiated and empirically evaluated cognitive rehabilitation strategies.
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