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Cog-percep Intervent

Interventions from the cognitive-perceptual framework

Remedial/Restorative/Transfer of Training Approach Focuses on: restoration of components, targeting the cause of deficit, and assumes improvement in performance can be made.
Compensatory/Adaptive/Functional Approach Repetitive practice - assumes that skill training is intact. Modification of task.
Information Processing Approach Assumes performance can change with cuing. Focuses on approach to task.
Dynamic Interactual Approach Emphasizes meta cognitive skills and awareness to task (with cuing: "how do you know this is right?") Transfer of skills from one situation to next-variance of environment.
Quadraphonic Approach 4 integrated models: Neurodevelopmental, Biomechanical, Information Processing, and Teaching/Learning. Includes quantifiable and qualitative foci with micro: performance skills (attn, memory, motor planning) and macro: real-life occupations approaches.
Neurofunctional Approach For those with acquired neurological impairments. The focus is on real world skills/function.
Cognitive Disabilities Model Based on Allen Cognitive Model: '1' being profoundly impaired and '6' being normal.
Created by: hesselrach
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