Cognitive Rehabilitation: Full Series (Recorded Webinars)

A David Strauss Memorial Clinical Lecture webinar set of seven (7) webinars on Cognitive Rehabilitation.

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Includes 7 ACBIS CEUs.

The 2016-2017 David Strauss Memorial Lecture webinar series focused on cognitive rehabilitation. This package includes the following webinars:

Introduction to Cognitive Rehabilitation
February 16, 2016
What is cognitive rehabilitation for people with brain injury, including TBI and stroke? What is the treatment process? What are the goals of treatment? Michelle Ranae Wild, M.A., describes the principles of this type of rehabilitation and its potential to aid in recovery in this 60-minute webinar.

Cognitive Rehabilitation: Awareness
April 21, 2016
In this lecture, Sheldon Herring, Ph.D., describes clinical implications and treatment of awareness deficits. 

Cognitive Rehabilitation: Attention
July 26, 2016
John Whyte, M.D., Ph.D., will discuss the organization of attention processes in the healthy brain, the occurrence and clinical implications of attention deficits following TBI, and cognitive rehabilitation strategies to improve outcomes. 

Cognitive Rehabilitation: Executive Function
October 25, 2016
The fourth of the David Strauss Memorial Lecture webinar series is presented by Bridget Lowery, B.A., CBIST, and Jessica Chappell, M.A., CBIST, Main Line Rehabilitation, on cognitive rehabilitation focuses on executive function:
•    What is executive functioning? What are common executive function deficits as a result of brain injury?
•    How are those deficits treated in rehabilitative settings?

Cognitive Rehabilitation: Deficits of Initiation/Action 
May 24, 2017
The 2017 David Strauss Memorial Lecture webinar series continues to focus on cognitive rehabilitation. In this presentation, Deirdre Dawson, Ph.D., Rotman Research Institute at Baycrest Health Sciences, Toronto, will explore the deficits in initiation and action that can result from TBI, their diagnosis, and their rehabilitative treatment.

Cognitive Rehabilitation: Social and Pragmatic Communication 
July 26, 2017
The 2017 David Strauss Memorial Lecture webinar series continues to focus on cognitive rehabilitation. In this presentation, Rebecca D. Eberle, M.A., CCC-SLP, BC-ANCDS, Indiana University Dept. of Speech and Hearing Sciences, discusses the importance of understanding and addressing the social and pragmatic communication challenges that often follow acquired brain injury and how this is an important cornerstone to long-term recovery and adaptation. These impairments can vary drastically, depending on the nature of the injury and the individual factors of the person injured. The impact of social and pragmatic communication impairments may be evident in relationships and communication across all environments. Recent research has provided a better understanding of the nature of these impairments, as well as empirically-based interventions. This webinar describes these impairments and discusses the impact on participation.

Cognitive Rehabilitation: Memory Deficits and Rehabilitation 
November 15, 2017
The 2017 David Strauss Memorial Lecture webinar series continues to focus on cognitive rehabilitation. In this webinar, Dr. Thomas Bergquist from Mayo Clinic and the Mayo Graduate School of Medicine will discuss the deficits of memory that can occur after traumatic brain injury and best practices in rehabilitation of those deficits.