Neuropsychological Rehabilitation

  • B. P. Uzzell
Part of the Critical Issues in Neuropsychology book series (CINP)


Neuropsychological rehabilitation is as baffling to some as the brain damage itself. Its purpose is unclear to many lay persons and professionals who lack familiarity with treatments for brain damage. Neuropsychological rehabilitation is often conceptualized as cognitive exercises to improve mental functioning after an insult to the brain. While this is true in part, neuropsychological rehabilitation is much more. It is learning, relearning, and compensating for skills in reading, spelling, writing, arithmetic, remembering, attending, organizing, executing, or performing daily tasks. And it is much more. Neuropsychological rehabilitation addresses affective and social difficulties. Treatment is necessary when areas in the brain controlling emotions are effected by a brain insult, or during reactions after brain damage.


Traumatic Brain Injury Brain Injury Head Injury Closed Head Injury Cognitive Rehabilitation 
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