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Cognitive Rehabilitaion

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on 19 October 2017

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Transcript of Cognitive Rehabilitaion

Cognitive Rehabilitaion
in psychiatric disabilities
Outlines
Introduction
Cognition and Psychiatric Disabilities
Component Of Cognition
Cognitive Assessment
Intervention/Models and Techniques for Cognitive Impairment
Introduction
Component Of Cognition
attention
memory
executive function
Intervention/Models and Techniques for Cognitive Impairment
Cognitive Assessment
Cognition and Psychiatric Disabilities
Automatic and Controlled Processes
Most of the things people do are not purely automatic or controlled, but fall on a continuum. Posner and Snyder (1975) identified three criteria of automatic processing: 1. It is unintentional. 2. The activity or task is done without conscious awareness. 3. It does not interfere with other mental activity.
Individuals with developmental disabilities or schizophrenia can take longer or find it more difficult to establish automaticity. Occupational therapists need to consider interventions that incorporate repeated practice or simplify tasks so that the individual moves from controlled to automatic processing. With other disabilities, such as middle or late stage Alzheimer’s disease, it may be impossible to establish new automatic patterns. In this case, environmental adaptations and assistance from others may be necessary.
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