Optimizing Outcomes After Brain injury

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Cognitive remediation after any kind of brain injury — whether from trauma, stroke, surgery, or other event — has been shown to be valuable in helping patients regain function. Neuropsychologists Amanda Sacks-Zimmerman and Jessica Spat-Lemus of the Weill Cornell Medicine Brain and Spine Center explain the basics of cognitive remediation as well as the benefits of including it in any treatment plan for a brain-injured patient. For more see https://weillcornellbrainandspine.org/cognitive-remediation
This video is part of the March 2020 Brain Injury Awareness Month project spearheaded by Brain Injury Association of New York State (https://bianys.org/) in collaboration with many NY facilities that specialize in brain injuries.

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