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Cognitive Rehab Strategies: Home Exercises, Individual & Group Therapy

presented by Rob Winningham, PhD

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Financial: Rob Winningham has a financial relationship with Scientific Advisor for Linked Senior, Speaker/Teacher for Activity Connection, Speaker and content developer for Masterpiece Living, and Partner with Northwest Rehab & Wellness who products and services are mentioned in this course. Rob Winningham receives compensation from MedBridge for this course. There is no financial interest beyond the production of this course.

Non-Financial: Rob Winningham has no competing non-financial interests or relationships with regard to the content presented in this course.

Satisfactory completion requirements: All disciplines must complete learning assessments to be awarded credit, no minimum score required unless otherwise specified within the course.

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Video Runtime: 86 Minutes; Learning Assessment Runtime: 33 Minutes

There is increasing evidence supporting the efficacy of cognitive rehabilitation interventions and cognitive stimulation programming. In this course, we will discuss some of that evidence and then explore a wide range of materials that can be used by therapists, caregivers, and others. It is important to know which types of exercises will exercise which cognitive abilities and parts of the brain, so as to target areas that need to be improved. Best practices will also be discussed to give attendees a wide range of skills and knowledge related to cognitive rehabilitation. This course is the fourth of a five-part series.

Meet Your Instructor

Rob Winningham, PhD

Dr. Rob Winningham has 25 years of experience researching human memory and has largely focused on older adults and ways to enhance their mental functioning and quality of life. He creates brain stimulation activities for more than 10,000 retirement communities and rehabilitation facilities as a part of Dr. Rob's Cranium Crunches on and helps…

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1. Foundational Principles of Cognitive Rehabilitation

An important goal of cognitive rehabilitation is to achieve benefits that generalize or transfer beyond the trained task. We will discuss what works, what doesn’t work, and why. Cognitive rehabilitation dosing recommendations and ideas to maximize therapeutic outcomes are also examined.

2. Who, What, When, and Where

In an attempt to maximize therapeutic outcomes, we will discuss who can assist in delivering cognitive stimulation interventions, who can benefit from those interventions, how much to do in a session, and difference in delivery modalities based on the environment.

3. Executive Functioning Exercises

We will explore a wide range of cognitive rehabilitation exercises designed to exercise executive functioning. Interventions designed to exercise selective attention, sustained attention, inhibition, and theory of mind are explained.

4. Spatial, Word Finding and Language Exercises

A wide range of cognitive rehabilitation materials designed to exercise spatial and language abilities are presented in this chapter. Mental rotation, expressive language interventions, word finding, and inhibition of language abilities are discussed.

5. Group Therapy, Individual Therapy, and Technology

We will discuss options for individual and group cognitive rehabilitation. Using caregivers and volunteers in various rehabilitation settings is also discussed. In addition, home exercise interventions will be explored. Options for using tablets and computers to deliver cognitive rehabilitation programs are considered. Many available options will be explored. Some of the available products have the advantage of adjusting difficulty level, based on recent or previous performance.

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