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Cognitive rehabilitation manual : translating evidence-based recommendations into practice / Edmund C. Haskins ; ed. Keith Cicerone... [et al.]

Main Author: Haskins, Edmund C. Secondary Author: Cicerone, Keith Edition: First edition Publication: Virginia : ACRM, cop. 2012 Description: XVIII, 132 p.ISBN: 978-0615538877Topical name: Terapia ocupacional | Reabilitação cognitiva CDU: 615.851.3*RC List(s) this item appears in: Terapia ocupacional
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Terapia Ocupacional Disfunção do Desempenho Ocupacional III 3º Ano / 1º Semestre


Table of Contents
Acknowledgements, p. VII
Preface, p. VII
Dedication, p. VIII
CHAPTER l
Introduction: Principles of Cognitive Rehabilitation
1.1 Functions and Structure of this Manual, p. 1
1.2 Limitations of this Manual, p. 2
1.3 How to Use This Manual, p. 2
1.4 Primary Goals of Cognitive Rehabilitation, p. 3
1.5 Process and Flow of Therapy, p. 3
l. 5.a Overall Stages of Treatment, p. 3
ACQUISITIQN STA6E, p. 5
APPLICATION STA6E, p. 5
ADAPTATION STAGE, p. 5
1.6 Externai Versus Internai Strategies, p. 6
1.7 A Guide to Treatment Planning and (Tactical) Goal Writing, p. 7
l.7.a Moving from Strategies to Tactics, p. 7
1.7.b Long-Term (strategic) and Short-Term (tactical) Goals, p. 8
1.7.c Anatomy of a Short-Term Goal, p. 8
1.7.d Sample Template for Goal Setting, p. 10.
BI-1SIG COMMITTEE RECOMMENDAT1QNS, p. 10
1.8 Treatment Considerations When Designing Training Procedures, p. 11
l.8.a Task-Specific versus Strategic Approaches to Treatment, p. 11
l .8.b External versus Internal Strategies, p. 11
1.9 Neurobehavioral and Psychosocial Factors that Influence Treatment Process and Outcome, p. 13
l .9.a Patient Variables, p. 13
IMPAIRMENTS OF AWARENESS, p. 13
SEVERITY AND RANGE QFIMPAIRMENT, p. 15
EMOTIONALREACTIONS AND PREMORBID PSYCHIATRIC ISSUES, p. 15
l .9.b Family Factors, p. 15
1.10 Monitoring Progress in Cognitive Rehabilitation, p. 16
CHAPTER 2
Rehabilitation For Impairments of Executive Functions
2.1 Introduction, p. 19
2.2 Impairments of Executive Functions and Brain Dysfunction, p. 19
2.3 BI-ISIG Recommendations for Impairments of Executive Functions, p. 20
2.4 A General Framework for Rehabilitation of Impairments of Executive Functions, p. 20
2.5 Metacognitive Strategy Training for Impairments of Executive Functions, p. 23
2.5.a Metacognitive Strategy Training for Impairments in the Treatment of Executive Functioning Deficits , p. 25
SELF-TALK PROCEDURES, p. 25
2.6 Formal Problem-Solving Strategies , p. 26
2.6.a Stages in the Training of Formal Problem-Solving Procedures, p. 29 ACQUISITION, p. 29
APPLICATION, p. 29,
ADAPTATION, p. 29
2.6.H Applying the Strategy to Specific Tasks , p. 29
2.6.c General Treatment Considerations with Formal Problem-Solving, p. 32
2.7 Metacognitive Strategy Training for Behavioral and Emotional Dysregulation , p. 32
2.7.a Treating Deficits in Awareness, p. 32
2.7.b Predict-Perform Procedure , p. 34
2.7.c Summary of Awareness Interventions Matched with Causes of Unawareness, p. 35
2.7.d Clarifying the Nature of the Problem, p. 36
2.7.C Planning a Solution, p. 37
2.7.f Executing, Monitoring, and Adapting, p. 38
2.8 Complex Evidence-Based Programs for the Rehabilitation of Impairments of Executive Functions, p. 39
2.8.a Problem-Solving Group Protocol: Rusk Institute, p. 39
PROBLEM-SOLVING GROUP PROTOCOL: WORKSHEETS, p. 40
2.8.b Anger Management Therapy Programme: Royal Rehabilitation Centre, p. 41
2.9 Strategic and Tactical Goal Writing in the Rehabilitation of Impairment of Executive Functions, p. 41
CHAPTER 3
Rehabilitation for Impairments of Memory
Introduction, p. 43
3.2 Impairments of Memory Deficits and Brain Injury , p. 43
3.3 BI-ISIG Recommendations for Memory Dysfunction, p. 44
3.4 A General Framework for Rehabilitation of Impairments of Memory, p. 44
3.5 External Memory Compensations, p. 47
3.5.a General Guidelines for External Memory Compensations, p. 47
3.5 . b Memory Notebook Types, p. 4
ORIENTATION BOOK AND STRATEGIES FOR SEVERE MEMORY IMPA1RMENT, p. 48
SPACEDRETRIEVALTECHNIQUE, p. 50
CHAININGTECHNIQUE, p. 52
MEMORY NOTEBOOK, p. 56
3.5.c Slages ofTraining in the Use of Memory Notebook Procedures, p. 57
ACQUISITION STAGE, p. 57
DISCONTINUATION CRITERIA, p. 58
APPLICATION STAGE, p. 58
ADAPTATION STAGE, p. 58
CROSSOUT,NOTATION,AND NEXT ACTIVITY|CNN}, p. 60
UPDATING AND CLEANING ROUTINE, p. 60
SCORING ANO DOCUMENTATION, p. 61
3.6 Memory Strategy Training, p. 61
3.6.a. General Guidelines for Memory Strategy Training, p. 61
3.6.b Types of Memory Strategy Training., p. 62
ASSOCIATION TECHNIQUES, p. 62
ORGANIZATIONALTECHNIQUES, p. 63
3.6.c Stages of Strategy Training , p. 64
ASSESSMENT AND SELECTION OFTECHNIQUES, p. 64
ACQUISITION STAGE, p. 65
APPLICATION STAGE, p. 65
ACTIVITIES FOR APPLICATION STAGE, p. 66
ADAPTATION STAGE, p. 66
ACTIVITIES FOR ADAPTATION STAGE, p. 67.
3.7 Complex Evidence-Based Programs for the Rehabilitation of Impairments of Memory, p. 67
3.7.a Memory Rehabilitation Group, p. 67
3.7.b TEACH-M, p. 69
3.8 Strategic and Tactical Goal Writing in Rehabilitation of Impairments of Memory, p. 70
CHAPTER 4
Rehabilitation for Impairments of Attention
4.1 Introduction, p. 73
4.2 Impairments of Attention after Brain Injury, p. 73
4.3 BI-ISIG Recommendations for the Rehabilitation of Impairments of Attention, p. 74
4.4 General Framework for the Rehabilitation of Impairments of Attention, p. 75
4.5 Attention Process Training (APT) Training, p. 76
4.5.a APT Generalizing Activities, p. 77
4.6 Time Pressure Management, p. 79
4.6.a Stage I: Identifying the Problem, p. 80
4.6.b Stage 2: Teaching the Strategy, p. 80
4.6.c Stage 3: Generalization, p. 83
4.7 Rehabilitation of Working Memory, p. 83
4.7.a LEVEL I. N-Back Procedures, p. 84
4.7.b LEVEL II. N-Back with Additional Working Memory Demands, p. 85
4.7.c LEVEL III. N-Back with Continuous Secondary Task, p. 85
4.7.d Clinical Application, p. 86
4.8 Strategic and Tactical Goal Writing in Rehabilitation of Impairments of Attention, p. 87
CHAPTER 5
Rehabilitation of Hemispatial Neglect
5.1 Introduction, p. 89
5.2 Hemispatial Neglect in Brain Dysfunction, p. 89
5.3 BI-ISIG Recommendations for Hemispatial Neglect, p. 89
5.4 General Framework for the Rehabilitation of Hemispatial Neglect, p. 89
5.5 Visual Scanning Training, p. 91
5.5.a Principles of Visual Scanning Training, p. 91
5.5.b Assessment of Visual Scanning , p. 92
5.5.c Step in Systematic and Orderly Scanning Training, p. 92
5.5.d Computerized Visual Scanning Training, p. 94
5.5.e Visual Scanning Training for Reading and Copying Prose, p. 94
5.5. f Visual Scanning for Describing Pictures, p. 102
5.6 Visual Imagery Training: Lighthouse Strategy, p. 104
5.6.a Activities for Training in Visual Scanning and the Use of the Lighthouse Strategy , p. 104
5.7 Limb Activation Strategies, p. 105
5.7.a Spatio-Motor Strategies, p. 105
5.7.b Visuo-Spatio-Motor Strategies, p. 105
5.7.c Activities for Training in lhe use of Spatio-Motor and Visuo-Spatio-Motor Strategies, p. 106
5.7.d Imagined Limb Activation, p. 106
5.8 Strategic and Tactical Goal Writing for the Rehabilitation of Hemispatial Neglect, p. 107
CHAPTER 6
Rehabilitation of Impairments of Social Communication
6.1 Introduction, p. 110
6.2 Impairments of Social Communication after Brain Injury, p. 110
6.3 BI-ISIG Recommendations for the Rehabilitation of Impairments of Social Communication, p. 111
6.4 A General Framework for the Rehabilitation of Impairments of Social Communication, p. 111
6.5 Group Treatment for Social Communication Deficits , p. 112
6.5.a Structure, p. 112
6.5.b Group Process, p. 112
6.5-c Individual Goal Setting, p. 113
6.5.d Feedback, p. 114
6.5.e Practice and Repetition , p. 114
6.5.f Self-Monitoring, p. 114
6.5.g Generalization of Skills, p. 114
6.6 Treatment of Emotion Perception Deficits, p. 114
6.6.a Errorless Learning , p. 115
6.6.b Self-instruction Training
6.7 Individual Psychotherapy and the Treatment of Impairments of Social Communication, p. 115
6.8 Strategic and Tactical Goal Writing in the Rehabilitation of Impairments of Social Communication, p. 116
6.9 Strategic and Tactical Goal Writing in the Rehabilitation of Impairments of Visual Emotion Perception, P. 116
6,10 Example Treatment Goal and Strategies for Use with Auditory Emotion Perception , P. 117
REFERENCES, p. 119
APPENDIX A
Strategic and Tactical Goal Writing
A.1 Executive Dysfunction, p. 124
A.2 Memory Impairment, p. 125
A.3 Attention Impairment, p. 126
A.4 Visuospatial Strategies, p. 127
A.5 Sample Template of Monthly ...

5.5.d Computerized Visual Scanning Training, p. 94
5.5.e Visual Scanning Training for Reading and Copying Prose, p. 94
5.5. f Visual Scanning for Describing Pictures, p. 102
5.6 Visual Imagery Training: Lighthouse Strategy, p. 104
5.6.a Activities for Training in Visual Scanning and the Use of the Lighthouse Strategy , p. 104
5.7 Limb Activation Strategies, p. 105
5.7.a Spatio-Motor Strategies, p. 105
5.7.b Visuo-Spatio-Motor Strategies, p. 105
5.7.c Activities for Training in lhe use of Spatio-Motor and Visuo-Spatio-Motor Strategies, p. 106
5.7.d Imagined Limb Activation, p. 106
5.8 Strategic and Tactical Goal Writing for the Rehabilitation of Hemispatial Neglect, p. 107
CHAPTER 6
Rehabilitation of Impairments of Social Communication
6.1 Introduction, p. 110
6.2 Impairments of Social Communication after Brain Injury, p. 110
6.3 BI-ISIG Recommendations for the Rehabilitation of Impairments of Social Communication, p. 111
6.4 A General Framework for the Rehabilitation of Impairments of Social Communication, p. 111
6.5 Group Treatment for Social Communication Deficits , p. 112
6.5.a Structure, p. 112
6.5.b Group Process, p. 112
6.5-c Individual Goal Setting, p. 113
6.5.d Feedback, p. 114
6.5.e Practice and Repetition , p. 114
6.5.f Self-Monitoring, p. 114
6.5.g Generalization of Skills, p. 114
6.6 Treatment of Emotion Perception Deficits, p. 114
6.6.a Errorless Learning , p. 115
6.6.b Self-instruction Training
6.7 Individual Psychotherapy and the Treatment of Impairments of Social Communication, p. 115
6.8 Strategic and Tactical Goal Writing in the Rehabilitation of Impairments of Social Communication, p. 116
6.9 Strategic and Tactical Goal Writing in the Rehabilitation of Impairments of Visual Emotion Perception, p. 116
6,10 Example Treatment Goal and Strategies for Use with Auditory Emotion Perception , P. 117
REFERENCES, p. 119
APPENDIX A
Strategic and Tactical Goal Writing
A.1 Executive Dysfunction, p. 124
A.2 Memory Impairment, p. 125
A.3 Attention Impairment, p. 126
A.4 Visuospatial Strategies, p. 127
A.5 Sample Template of Monthly Goals, p. 128
APPENDIX B General/Non-Specific Forms
B.1 Acquisition Record, p. 129
B.2 Acquisition Record: Multiple Tasks, p. 130
B.3 Adaptation Record: Multiple Tasks, Alternate Form , p. 131
ACRM OVERVIEW, p. 132

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