Presenter Information

Kellie Velez

Date

12-2020

Faculty Sponsor

Kimberly Waller

Abstract / Description

After a traumatic brain injury (TBI) or acquired brain injury (ABI) it is common for individuals to have difficulty with attention, concentration, speech, problem solving and spatial awareness. This project represents how Computerized Cognitive Training (CCT) was introduced, implemented, and analyzed to see cognitive and physical improvement during their exercise program at Supportive Living Inc. Elevate and Peak were the apps utilized by the patients that adapted to their performance and abilities. The results have shown that after utilization there were improvements in their concentration, spatial awareness, motivation, and overall confidence.

Academic Department

Healthcare Studies

COinS
 

Computerized Cognitive Training: A Simple Tool To Build Confidence After Brain Injury

After a traumatic brain injury (TBI) or acquired brain injury (ABI) it is common for individuals to have difficulty with attention, concentration, speech, problem solving and spatial awareness. This project represents how Computerized Cognitive Training (CCT) was introduced, implemented, and analyzed to see cognitive and physical improvement during their exercise program at Supportive Living Inc. Elevate and Peak were the apps utilized by the patients that adapted to their performance and abilities. The results have shown that after utilization there were improvements in their concentration, spatial awareness, motivation, and overall confidence.

 

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