Compensatory Strategies

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Compensatory Strategies Test










1. Compensatory Strategies are helpful when a client has sustained:





2. What does Compensatory Strategies mean:





3. Why is it important to understand symptoms that may occur after a TBI:





4. What is a symptom experienced after a TBI is sustained:





5. When a person is experiencing concentration and organizational difficulties what is the best technique to use:





6. In the article, Managing Intense Feelings, quick changing feelings are described as:





7. Using which of the following will assist with Memory Problems:





8. Encouraging the client to use environmental cues can be helpful with what symptom





9. Of the following, which is best to use for Vision Difficulties:





10. In the article, Managing Memory, what is a tool used as an external memory aid





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