The role of the occupational therapist in cognitive stimulation and rehabilitation

The role of the occupational therapist in cognitive stimulation and rehabilitation


An occupational therapist, better known as an OT, is a professional who studied in the university in order to get a degree that certified them as a qualified person to perform these activities. Usually can…

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síndrome de Tourette

Deconstructing Tourette Syndrome


Have you heard of Tourette syndrome? In Spain, it is still considered a rare disease based on its prevalence in the population. However, studies at the international level indicate that the disorder is actually much…

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Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis Raises Its Voice


Neither the cause nor the cure of multiple sclerosis are known at present. Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic autoimmune and neurodegenerative disease that affects the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord). On World Multiple…

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Ejercicios para rehabilitar las habilidades visoespaciales- ángulos

7 Exercises for the rehabilitation of visuospatial skills


Do you know what visuospatial skills are, why are they important, or how can they be improved? Today, we explain this cognitive function and introduce 7 exercises for the rehabilitation of visuospatial skills in adults and…

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agnosia visual - Visual Agnosia

Visual Agnosia: Seeing Without Recognition


Have you ever found yourself struggling to understand an image without being able to? Have you tried perhaps to find some similarity between what you see and some well-known object, in an attempt to make…

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10 ejercicios para estimular el lenguaje- frases orales verdaderas o falsas

10 Exercises for Improving Language


Languages one of the main cognitive functions that allows us to produce, communicate, and understand ideas through sounds, symbols and/or gestures. In other owrds, language is ‘the result of a complex nervous activity that allows…

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afasia- NeuronUP- aphasia

Aphasia: Differential Diagnosis


Aphasia is the loss or impairment of language function caused by braindamage [1] that is typically associated with lesions in the language-dominan themisphere (the lef themisphere for 96% of right-handed and 70% of left-handed individuals…

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Parkinson- Parkinson´s disease

200 years of Parkinson’s disease


Since 1997 on April 11 th each year, World Parkinson’s Disease Day is celebrated as a way to raise awareness about the symptoms and needs of people who suffer from this disease. In 1817, the British…

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