Cognitive remediation is a teaching process that targets areas of neuropsychological functioning involved in learning and basic day-to-day functioning (192).
Cognitive remediation is recommended for individuals who have suffered from a traumatic brain injury (a stroke, tumour, or a head injury).
Remediation typically targets the following neuropsychological functions: attention and concentration, memory, planning, monitoring one's work or behaviour, and making adjustments based on feedback.
Cognitive remediation is also recommended for individuals who have learning disabilities.
Remediation typically targets the progress in reading, in understanding and communicating through spoken language, in writing, in arithmetic, in understanding such nonverbal information as telling time or understanding visual information, in comprehending social interactions and cues, development of concentration, problem-solving, organization, identifying errors, and using feedback.
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