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Executive Cognitive Functions following Traumatic Brain Injury: Rehabilitation Perspectives
Course Learning Outcomes
- Identify the various components of executive cognitive functions and their impact on successful community participation following TBI.
- Select appropriate evaluation approaches to assess and quantify executive cognitive functions.
- Identify intervention approaches that clinicians can utilize to manage and improve executive cognitive functions.
|5-20 Minutes||Identification of executive cognitive functions after TBI and their impact on community participation|
|20-55 Minutes||Assessment and intervention approaches for common executive functioning impairments following TBI|
|55-60 Minutes||Conclusion, Question & Answer|
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