REHABILITATION OF ATTENTION DEFICITS FOLLOWING ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY

Mardiyanti Mardiyanti

Abstract


Attention deficits are the most common and debilitating consequence after acquired brain injuries which may impact the recovery of other abilities. Clinical professionals need to implement the effective strategies in achieving the ultimate goal of brain injury rehabilitation. This article aims to describe the effects of damage after brain injury on attention capacity with a case study to illustrate the effects on attention deficits in day-to-day life. This article will also describe the use and the limitation of Attention Process Training (APT) in facilitating learning and rehabilitation process to enhance performance of substantial activities particularly while returning to work tasks.


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Kantor:

Sekretariat Medika Islamika

Lantai 1 Gedung C FKIK UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta

Jalan. Kertamukti Pisangan Ciputat Tangerang Selatan Banten

email: medikaislamika@uinjkt.ac.id

 

 

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