BCAT Brain Rehabilitation
Brain rehabilitation is a loss and restoration process, based
on cognitive exercises that promote brain cells (neurons) to improve
functioning. It is based on the principles of neuroplasticity and cognitive reserve. Neuroplasticity
refers to the brain’s ability to reorganize itself by forming new
neural connections, especially through specific cognitive or physical
exercises. To learn more, click here.
BCAT Working Memory Exercise Book
From both a functional and neuro-cognitive standpoint, memory and
executive skills depend on a person’s ability to sustain adequate
attention and focus. The ability to make new memories and exercise
appropriate executive controls is largely influenced by attentional
capacity. For the purposes of this Exercise Book, we substitute the term, working memory,
for attentional capacity. However, one should be aware that working
memory is larger than attention alone, and that it consists of two
primary components—attentional capacity and task manipulation. To learn more, click here.
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