Medical Liason Brain Education Strategies & Technology, BEST Newport Beach, California
In an era of COVID, limited treatment resources available for cognitive rehabilitation demanded a creative way in which to deliver well-designed and delivered instruction to achieve positive outcomes. The BEST Cognitive Book Club (CBC) originated due to this ongoing need in the brain injury community. Its goal is to help individuals living with brain injury learn to read and explore books from a cognitive perspective.
Describe three strategies to include and engage brain injury survivors in the development of reading comprehension skills.
Understand the barriers that can impact brain injury survivors ability to comprehend what they read.
Identify the relevance of integrating technology as a compensatory tool for executive function and reading.