Four Ways in Which Chicago Brain Injuries Damage the Ability to Think
Josephine Cullotta November 15, 2019
Brain injury can change how we think.
1. Concentration /
Head injury victims often have difficulty focusing on a task or conversation unless there are no distractions. The ability to multi-task may be impaired as well.
2. Processing / Memory
Chicago TBI patients may need the information to be delivered slowly, in separate pieces, and repeated several times to properly process it.
Short-term memory loss is another symptom head trauma.
4. Organization and Motivation:
Difficulty with self-motivation, staying organized, and accomplishing goals is commonly exhibited by patients following an Illinois traumatic brain injury.
Many brain injury victims need assistance in solving problems due to impulsivity and the inability to process information as quickly as an individual who has not suffered this type of injury.
Impairment in the ability to think can have a devastating effect on the personal and professional lives of head trauma victims.
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