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Hawaii neuropsychology program gets results: the nuts and bolts of neurotraining.
|Title:||Hawaii neuropsychology program gets results: the nuts and bolts of neurotraining.|
|Issue Date:||Sep 1998|
|Abstract:||Anecdotal reports from Hawaii's Neuropsychology Services reveal severe brain impaired clients have significant improvement in functions suggesting considerable recovery is possible, and contradicting the "irreversibility" of brain injury. Hawaii's Neurotraining program uses assessment techniques to map brain functions targeting deficits, evaluation to determine specific strategies to regain impaired functions, and stimulation exercises to retrain the brain with the basic cognitive skills necessary to learn.|
|Appears in Collections:||Hawaii Medical Journal Articles For 1998|
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