EFNS guidelines on cognitive rehabilitation: report of an EFNS task force.

@article{Cappa2005EFNSGO,
  title={EFNS guidelines on cognitive rehabilitation: report of an EFNS task force.},
  author={Stefano F. Cappa and Thomas Benke and Steve Clarke and Bruno Rossi and Brigitte Stemmer and Caroline M van Heugten},
  journal={European journal of neurology},
  year={2005},
  volume={12 9},
  pages={665-80}
}
Disorders of language, spatial perception, attention, memory, calculation and praxis are a frequent consequence of acquired brain damage [in particular, stroke and traumatic brain injury (TBI)] and a major determinant of disability. The rehabilitation of aphasia and, more recently, of other cognitive disorders is an important area of neurological rehabilitation. We report here a review of the available evidence about effectiveness of cognitive rehabilitation. Given the limited number and… CONTINUE READING

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