Date Presented 04/22/21
Computer-based programs, conventional cognitive rehabilitation, neurologic music therapy, and noninvasive brain stimulation are effective in improving memory and learning, processing speed, language, executive function, or general cognitive skills. However, the retention of treatment effects and the generalizability of the cognitive improvement to the daily occupations are not clear. Including a predetermined single outcome, functional and long-term outcomes are needed in future studies.
Primary Author and Speaker: Yu-Chih Chen
Contributing Authors: Nicole Gerhardt, Christina Calhoun Thielen, Winnie Dunn, and Mary Jane Mulcahey