- •Rehabilitation team members continue to exhibit poor consensus on the meanings of common cognitive terms for severity ratings and memory functions.
- •Only half of rehabilitation professionals believe there is a common understanding of cognitive terminology.
- •Even the 2 types of professionals most likely to use cognitive assessment measures (speech-language pathologists and psychologists/neuropsychologists) have significant discrepancies in how they interpret the severity of cognitive deficits.
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