Brooks Rehabilitation Hospital – University Campus
3599 University Blvd S. Jacksonville, Florida 32216
Functional cognition combines the constructs of function and cognition and uses performance based testing to assess IADL competencies. Results from this distinct strength-based occupational therapy approach can facilitate intervention selection that enhance patient outcomes.
Define functional cognition, in terms of the concept’s history and the distinct perspective it provides for occupational therapies approach to cognition and how screening and assessment of functional cognition play a part in the development of the Occupational Profile.
Become familiar with screening tests (Menu Task, Medicog) and develop some knowledge of more extensive performance based measures
The information presented in this course is clinically relevant for OT, and OTA practitioners.
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