Cognitive rehabilitation (CR) is proposed as an effective intervention for individuals post Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), by addressing cognitive function through remediating skills and practicing new compensatory skills. While there is considerable research, including systematic reviews that explore cognitive interventions post TBI, more research is needed in which occupational performance is the primary outcome of cognitive intervention. This current systematic review aims to synthesize the current body of evidence available on how using CR techniques to address executive functioning impact occupational performance in individuals who sustained a mild or moderate TBI.
Recommended CitationBlaker, C.; Curry, A.; Dickerson, S.; Johnson, K.; Santangelo, M.; Tasman, A. Thomas; Ferraro, M.; and Potvin, Marie-Christine, "Efficacy of Cognitive and Metacognitive Interventions on Executive Functioning Post Traumatic Brain Injury to Enhance Occupational Performance" (2020). Student Papers & Posters. Paper 55.