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Cognitive Rehabiliation

Our therapists help people relearn cognitive skills, such as language, social skills and daily living tasks. Patients often need cognitive rehabilitation after brain injury or stroke. Therapists work with patients to improve functioning and independence.

Cognitive rehabilitation evaluation and therapy

Speech-language pathologists and occupational therapists evaluate the patient and develop a treatment plan. Patients learn skills and strategies for memory problems, attention problems, and executive function problems.Patients need a referral from their provider to start therapy.

Patients with the following conditions may see improvement from cognitive rehabilitation:

  • Mild traumatic brain injury/concussion        

  • Traumatic brain injury

  • Dementia                                        

  • Alzheimer’s disease

  • Stroke                                               

  • Parkinson’s disease

  • Multiple Sclerosis                          

  • Psychiatric disorders

  • Attention deficit disorder            

  • Autism

  • Cancer survivors