TBI typically affects a range of cognitive functions, including attention, processing speed, memory, and executive functioning (i.e. decision making), all of which can affect day-to-day functioning. Computerized brain training, as part of a comprehensive rehabilitation plan, has been shown to be effective in treating cognitive symptoms of brain injury and helping individuals regain function.

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