Full consideration is given in this book to the use of rational pharmacological approaches as part of an integrated behavioural/cognitive behavioural approach, to maximize opportunities for learning and skills training. The authors argue that a consistent behavioural/cognitive behavioural approach can help patients to optimize their functional ability despite cognitive deficits and they also show that behaviour disorders need not stand in the way of useful functional skills training.With the rise in tuition fees and less financial aid to go around, many college students are using credit cards to pay for their education. Not a good idea, ... For the most part, young adults are in the dark about bad credit habits. Theya#39;ll max outanbsp;...
|Title||:||Rehabilitation of the Severely Brain-injured Adult|
|Author||:||Gordon Muir Giles, Jo Clark-Wilson|
|Publisher||:||Nelson Thornes - 1999|