About the Authors
Chapter 1: Key Perspectives
Chapter 2: The Team Approach
Chapter 3: The Visual System
Chapter 4: Assessment and Treatment of Visual Dysfunction
Chapter 5: Assessment and Treatment of Visual Perception
Chapter 6: Assessment and Treatment of Hemi-Inattention
Chapter 7: Aspects of Cognition
Chapter 8: Cognitive Assessment
Chapter 9: Overview of Cognitive Treatment
Chapter 10: Details of Cognitive Treatment
Chapter 11: Use of Everyday Technology
The go-to guide for nearly 50 years for occupational therapists working with adults with visual, perceptual, and cognitive deficits after brain injury is back with a Fifth Edition.
Zoltan's Vision, Perception, and Cognition: Evaluation and Treatment of the Adult With Acquired Brain Injury, Fifth Edition maintains the core foundation laid in previous editions while drawing upon Drs. Tatiana Kaminsky and Janet Powell’s 60-plus years combined of clinical, teaching, and research experience in adult neuro-based rehabilitation.
This best-selling text translates the available research and theory into application for practice. The result is a comprehensive, accessible, up-to-date, and evidence-informed textbook with a strong occupation-based focus, detailing occupational therapy evaluation and treatment practices for adults with visual, perceptual, and cognitive deficits after brain injury.
What’s new in the Fifth Edition:
• An emphasis on functional cognition, occupational focus, and changes in approaches to rehabilitation
• Clinical examples from adult neurorehabilitation to ease understanding
• Up-to-date evidence and everyday technology implementation
• Tips for collaborating with a team of practitioners
• New case examples
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Zoltan's Vision, Perception, and Cognition: Evaluation and Treatment of the Adult With Acquired Brain Injury, Fifth Edition includes key updates to stay current while maintaining the essence of its previous editions.