Perseveration and Stimulus-Bound Behavior Associated With Traumatic Brain Injury

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Perseveration and other related utilization behaviors are quite common in traumatic brain injury when damage is sustained to the frontal lobes. These behaviors can be frustrating and can cause unnecessary interruption to treatment. Understanding the differences between these behaviors and how to redirect or limit their occurrence during treatment can be valuable. The goal of this continuing education program is to educate speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, and physical therapists about perseveration, stimulus-bound behavior, and environmental dependency syndrome, explore the characteristics of each, and discuss strategies for intervention.

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Perseveration and other related utilization behaviors are quite common in traumatic brain injury when damage is sustained to the frontal lobes. These behaviors can be frustrating and can cause unnecessary interruption to treatment. Understanding the differences between these behaviors and how to redirect or limit their occurrence during treatment can be valuable. The goal of this continuing education program is to educate speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, and physical therapists about perseveration, stimulus-bound behavior, and environmental dependency syndrome, explore the characteristics of each, and discuss strategies for intervention.

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