Introduction: Introduction to Rehabilitation Assessment; G. Goldstein, S.R. Beers. The Rehabilitation Specialties: Occupational Therapy Assessment of Adult Brain Function; M.B. Holm, J.C. Rogers. Physical Therapy; K.E. Light, et al. Rehabilitation Assessment and Planning for Neurogenic Communication Disorders; P. Doyle. Dynamics of Rehabilitation Nursing; S.P. Hoeman. Geriatric Rehabilitation; J.C. Rogers, M.B. Holm. Assessment for Rehabilitation: Functional Assessment; M. McCue. Assessment of Sensory and Motor Function; P.D. Hansen, L.S. Chandler. The Assessment of External Prostheses; J. Perry, E. Ayyappa. Clinical Considerations: Rehabilitation Assessment and Planning for Head Trauma; A.-L. Christensen, T.W. Teasdale. Neurosychological Assessment for Planning Cognitive Interventions; W.D. Gouvier, et al. Rehabilitation Assessment and Planning for Children and Adults with Learning Disabilities; S.R. Beers. Assessment and Planning for Memory Retraining; S.R. Beers, G. Goldstein. Assessment and Planning for Psychosocial and Vocational Rehabilitation; L.J. Katz. Cognitive Remediation of Psychotic Patients; R.S. Kern, M.F. Green. Index.
In this, the fourth and final volume in the series Human Brain Function, Goldstein and Beers outline how the different rehabilitation specialties assess brain function. Using straightforward explanations, the contributors not only cover the assessment approaches and methods used by each specialty, but uniquely expand this focus to describe evaluation and treatment planning for a variety of neurobehavioral disorders.
Rehabilitation specialists and non-specialists alike will value the original scope and accessibility of this work.
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