Can a game of chess be used as a way to rehabilitate brain function for adults with traumatic brain injury? This article explores neuroscience research on chess and brain function. It shares insights into how this ancient two-person game has been used in neurorehabilitation to enhance memory, attention, and problem-solving in populations with and without cognitive disorders.
We all go through life transitions, but adolescents with chronic health conditions may face unique challenges when making the transition to adulthood. This article describes some common challenges during transition and suggests evidence-based ways, such as proactive transition planning, to overcome them.
Imagine waking up and receiving your daily rehabilitation exercises delivered directly to your smartphone. Author David London explores current and future applications of telerehabilitation for physical therapy.