5. Using Evidence-Based Cognitive Interventions to Meet Functional Needs
Best practice guidelines support that training for attention, problem-solving, and memory skills needs to be completed in-context and is not likely to generalize from rote drills. In other words, playing solitaire will not help someone improve with medication management skills! This section will look at how we can use evidence-based cognitive interventions, with personally-relevant context, to meet meaningful outcomes for our unique patients.