Neurocognitive Rehabilitation

The Neurocognitive Rehabilitation (Neurorehabilitation) Program provides assessment and treatment of cognitive impairments from a variety of brain diseases and insults that cause persistent disability for many individuals.  These disabilities result in a loss of independence, a disruption in normal childhood activities and social relationships, loss in school attendance, and educational and employment opportunities.  The following injuries or insults may benefit from Neurocognitive Rehabilitation:

  • Traumatic and acquired brain injuries (stroke, concussion, neurosurgery, etc.)
  • Cranial radiation
  • Intrathecal chemotherapy
  • Neurological disorders such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Neurocognitive Rehabilitation targets cognitive functions such as attention, memory, and executive functioning (organization, planning, time management, etc.).  Programs are developed to address your (child’s) unique challenges based on a baseline assessment of abilities and challenges.

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What is neurorehabilitation?
Is neurorehabilitation necessary for my child?
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