Neurotherapy for the Brain Injured Child
Because brain injury does not disrupt a specific area of the brain, rehabilitation efforts should be directed toward the interrupted functional system within a complex neuropsychological pattern. In diagnosing a patient, level of performance relative to age, history, and demographic factors is considered, as well as hemispheric-controlled performance. The emphasis in the rehabilitation program is on individual deficits, and its goal is to re-form the interrupted functional systems and those that have failed to develop. Efforts are made to integrate the several facets of neurological, educational, and emotional functions.
Golden, C. J.
(1979). Neurotherapy for the Brain Injured Child. Academic Therapy, 15(2), 201-207.
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