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Neuropsychological rehabilitation


Who needs Neuropsychological Rehabilitation?🧐

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👉Neuropsychological rehabilitation is a type of treatment that focuses on addressing problems affecting cognitive domains like:

▪️concentration

▪️memory

▪️perceptual-motor processes

▪️executive functions (planning, inhibition, working memory, etc.)

▪️emotion

▪️behaviour

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The aim of neuropsychological rehabilitation is to enable people with cognitive, emotional, or behavioural deficits to achieve their maximum brain potential. The goal is to reduce the impact of cognitive impairments on day-to-day functioning and improve your quality of life.

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👉Who can benefit the most from the neuropsychological rehabilitation intervention?

👉People who suffered a brain injury due to one of the following:

✅traumatic brain injury following a road traffic accident, fall etc.

✅stroke

✅viral infection of the brain, particularly encephalitis

✅neurosurgery for head trauma, brain tumour removal etc.

✅neurodegenerative diseases such as dementia, Parkinson’s Disease etc.

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👉Do you suffer from any sustained cognitive, emotional and behavioural problems? Don't wait. Schedule a consultation with us.

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🧠High Performance Brain provides neuropsychological rehabilitation and treatment for individuals with brain injuries and other neurological impairments. If you're interested in working with us, visit or website link in bio or send us a DM.📥

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A neuropsychological rehabilitation will be individualised based on your concerns, needs, and goals and on the results from your neuropsychological assessment.

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