In a recent blog we highlighted how the frontal lobe can be affected after a brain injury and the impact this can have on ones day to day function. In the blog we touched upon the difficulties faced when memory becomes impaired. Memory is a complicated matter and is difficult to fully unravel. After brain […]
Goal setting is an important part of the rehabilitation process, but why? Don’t we know what we are working towards, what makes it necessary to formalise this process? Occupational therapists (OT’s) should work in a client centred manner focussing their assessments and treatment plans around a client’s wishes, aspirations and goals. Therefore it is important […]
This article takes a fascinating look at the diverse vocational history on one Occupational Therapist.
Many neurological conditions can affect the brains Frontal Lobe. The frontal lobe is the part of the brain that controls our emotional functions and personality as well as cognitive – executive functions (such as problem solving) and some motor functions (such as fine motor skills and motor planning). This area can often be severely affected […]