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Cog-perceptual Dis

Functional impairments of Cognitive-Perceptual Skills

Ideational Apraxia Breakdown in knowing what and how to preform an activity. Sensorimotor is still intact. Solution: give step by step instructions, hand over hand demonstration, and physical prompts not verbal. (Ex: Buttering bread before putting in toaster)
Motor Apraxia / Ideomotor Apraxia Loss of kinestetic memory and the ability to imagine movements. Ineffective motor planning, resulting in the need for hand over hand and visual cues. Unable to respond to verbal cues. Actions can be performed automatically(answering a phone when it rings)
Asomatognosia Diminished awareness of body structures and ability to recognize own body parts.
Anosognosia Unawareness of motor deficit
Perseveration continual or repetitive motor act or task
Anomia loss of ability to name objects of recall names of individuals
Broca's Aphasia EXPRESSIVE aphasia / speech production (motor components
Wernicke's Aphasia RECEPTIVE aphasia / language and auditory difficulty
Agnosia loss of ability to recognize objects, persons, sounds.
Ataxia versus Apraxia Ataxia lesions usually occur in the cerebellum. Apraxia lesions usually occur in the cerebrum. Ataxia is the loss of controlled and coordinated movement, whereas APRAXIA is the loss of execution of complex motor tasks or the inability to perform requested
Created by: hesselrach