What is the theory behind this Occupational therapy cognitive worksheet for adults?
People with damage to their brains or with the passage of life have trouble in their basic cognitive skills. Occupational therapy assists in identifying these cognitive impairments and introduces strategies to deal with them. It treats these cognitive impairments for mental well being of the clients who are facing obstacles in day to day life.
How will the worksheet help?
Through this worksheet, the client will learn how to concentrate on a task. Puzzles and mazes improve cognitive skills. Completing this worksheet will help the clients in problem solving, memory, and building their focus.
How to use this worksheet?
The following worksheet consists of a maze, with a clear path and multiple dead ends. Use a pencil to trace the path. Start from the top and reach the bottom figure. Practice it multiple times to improve your level of concentration.
Occupational therapy cognitive worksheet for adults
Case-Smith, J., & O’Brien, J. C. (2004). Occupational therapy for children. Elsevier Health Sciences.
Toglia, J. P. (2011). The dynamic interactional model of cognition in cognitive rehabilitation. In N. Katz (Ed.), Cognition, occupation, and participation across the life span: Neuroscience, neurorehabilitation, and models of intervention in occupational therapy (pp. 161–201).
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