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Integrative Cognitive Rehabilitation Program (ICRP)

Individuals who suffer from cognitive difficulties may feel overwhelmed, disorganized, and frustrated due to reduced information-processing abilities. URMC’s Integrative Cognitive Rehabilitation Program offers a comprehensive, integrative and multidisciplinary approach to help individuals develop compensatory strategies and maximize individual strengths. Our program begins with a multidisciplinary evaluation that serves to identify a participant’s cognitive and functional needs. Our team then collaboratively develops a treatment plan tailored to the individual. We strive to include caregivers and family members in our process and we encourage participants to take an active role in goal setting and guiding their specific cognitive rehab program.

ICRP Value

  • Improved patient outcomes
  • Integrated care and treatment
  • Increased patient functionality
  • Assistance in return to baseline functioning
  • Incorporates family involvement/support to reinforce learned skills

Commonly Treated Concerns

  • Changes in communication or word finding difficulties
  • Reduced ability to process information
  • Reduced attention or memory
  • Difficulty with planning or initiation
  • Reduced organizational abilities
  • Difficulty with multi-tasking
  • Cognitive overload

ICRP Population

The ICRP program is equipped to treat individuals, ages 18+, with mild to moderate cognitive deficits due to acquired neurological illness or effects of other medical treatments such as:

  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Stroke
  • Mild Cognitive Impairment
  • Dementia
  • Menopause Related Changes
  • Cancer Treatment Effects
  • Long Haul COVID Effects