NEUROCOGNITIVE ASSOCIATES

CLINICAL AND FORENSIC NEUROPSYCHOLOGY

Cognitive Training and Rehabilitation
Cognitive rehabilitation is a specialized type of therapy that utilizes an individualized program for training brain functions that are not working normally because of acquired diseases or developmental disabilities. Cognitive rehabilitation and training involves a series of exercises designed to enhance

Memory
Attention and Concentration
Executive Skills
Motor Function
Motor Planning
Organization
Time Management

The goal of cognitive rehabilitation and training is to provide patients with opportunities to learn and practice skills that impair functional abilities and to achieve the highest level of function for individuals with neurocognitive deficits.Therapy sessions are one hour and occur once or twice a week for a minimum of twelve weeks. Records of progress are made at two week intervals to determine treatment success and further individualize treatment. Cognitive rehabilitation and training is covered by most insurance programs.