Dysexecutive symptoms and carer strain following acquired brain injury

22 July 2016

Following acquired brain injury (ABI), deficits in executive functioning (EF) are common. As a result many brain-injured patients encounter problems in every-day functioning, and their families experience significant strain. Previous research has documented the benefits of cognitive rehabilitation for executive dysfunction, and rehabilitation programmes designed to ameliorate functional problems associated with ABI.

This free article details the changes measured before and after holistic neuropsychological rehabiliation.



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