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Assistive technologies and other supports for people with brain impairment /

by Scherer, Marcia J. (Marcia Joslyn).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York : Springer Pub., 2012Description: xv, 384 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780826106452; 0826106455; 9780826106469 (Ebook); 0826106463 (Ebook).Subject(s): Brain -- Diseases -- Patients -- Rehabilitation | Cognition disorders -- Patients -- Rehabilitation | Brain damage -- Patients -- Rehabilitation | Self-help devices for people with disabilities | Brain Diseases -- rehabilitation | Cognition Disorders -- rehabilitation | Self-Help Devices
Contents:
The aging brain, when the mind dissolves -- The brain born with a disability, when the mind grows -- How the brain works -- Treatment and rehabilitation practices : intervening in cognitive disability -- The potential of technology to assist individuals with cognitive disabilities -- Assistive technologies for mobility, communication, seeing, hearing, and activities of daily living -- Assistive technologies for cognition -- Environmental barriers and enablers -- Getting support and services -- Matching person and technology -- The future is bright, but there are challenges.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

The aging brain, when the mind dissolves -- The brain born with a disability, when the mind grows -- How the brain works -- Treatment and rehabilitation practices : intervening in cognitive disability -- The potential of technology to assist individuals with cognitive disabilities -- Assistive technologies for mobility, communication, seeing, hearing, and activities of daily living -- Assistive technologies for cognition -- Environmental barriers and enablers -- Getting support and services -- Matching person and technology -- The future is bright, but there are challenges.

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