Cognitive Rehabilitation for Service Members and Veterans Following Mild to Moderate Traumatic Brain Injury:

Clinical Recommendations and Clinical Resources



Welcome


The Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center (DVBIC) Cognitive Rehabilitation for Service Members and Veterans Following Mild to Moderate Traumatic Brain Injury Clinical Recommendations (CR) represent a unique contribution to the field of cognitive rehabilitation. These recommendations are specifically targeted to the unique needs of providers treating service members and veterans who experience persistent cognitive challenges after traumatic brain injury (TBI). Whereas assessment is critical for a cognitive rehabilitation treatment plan, it is outside of the scope of these clinical recommendations.

Clinical Recommendations

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DVBIC's National Director

"These clinical recommendations are a unique contribution to the field of cognitive rehabilitation. They provide an integrated source for clinicians: detailed, evidence-informed clinical guidance and links to an array of DoD/VA cognitive rehabilitation resources and tools that support state-of-the-science clinical care."

CAPT Scott W. Pyne

Division Chief, Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center (DVBIC)

Reviews of DVBIC Cognitive Rehabilitation Clinical Recommendations


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"This can be your one-stop shop for cog rehab advice."

CAPT Scott W. Pyne

Division Chief, Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center (DVBIC)



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What providers say about cognitive rehabilitation

"The CR will aid in the standardization of care and elevate the level of improved outcomes. It is a valuable tool to make sure that we're providing the best treatment we can based on the science that's out there.”

LTC Matthew Scherer PT, PhD, NCS, SP

Military Deputy, Clinical and Rehabilitative Medicine Research Program