By Jamuna Rajeswaran
Traumatic mind harm (TBI) can ensue via highway site visitors incidents, falls, or violence, and is consequently a very regularly occurring form of harm, constituting an important burden on wellbeing and fitness care world wide. As extra everyone is capable of recuperate bodily from TBI, it is very important examine find out how to aid fix the cognitive capabilities of the mind. The cognitive services may be significantly maximized through applicable Neuropsychological rehabilitation, which happens inside of months of the wear and tear. This ebook discusses either the theoretical and useful functions of Neuropsychological rehabilitation thoughts, providing a complete review of the method. utilizing a number of case reviews from India, received over years of medical perform, study and educational instructing, this publication bargains a good consultant to the strategies and initiatives had to reply successfully to sufferers with TBI. even if interested by the Indian context, this ebook will attract scholars and practitioners all over the world as an invaluable source on Neuropsychological rehabilitation ideas in India.
- Innovative method of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation utilizing case vignettes
- Theoretical and medical topic matter
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