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Providers of Training, Materials, and Courses

Brain Tree Training provides "modular courses that have been designed for professionals and carers/relatives. In addition, information about a range of other Cognitive Rehabilitation Services is available, including: Cognitive Assessments, Individualised Cognitive Treatment Programmes, Cognitive Group Work, and Cognitive Treatment Materials."

Lash and Associates Publishing/Training Inc. publishes "practical, informative, and affordable materials on traumatic brain injury in children, youths, adults and veterans. Our audience includes families, persons with brain injuries, health care professionals, rehabilitation specialists, educators and community staff."

Hersenwerk biedt aan individuen en organisaties workshops en cursussen over niet-aangeboren hersenletsel. Bent u arts of patiā€˜nt, therapeut, verpleegkundige of woonbegeleider, dan kan Hersenwerk op elk niveau iets bieden.

The Strategy Training Workbook: A Step-By-Step Program for Study, Memory, Organization, and Attention Skills. 

Author: Kristin C. Bewick, Ph.D.

Publisher: Avventura Press ( or 570-876-5817)

Description: The Strategy Training Program is a research-based, field-tested program designed to help students improve studying, organizing, remembering, and concentrating. The program has been used individually and in small groups, with various ages and grade levels, including students with special needs. This workbook is designed for teachers, parents, tutors, clinicians, and specialists who want to help students learn strategically. Includes reproducibles for six sequenced sessions, strategy practice, home assignments, and family information sheets.

Kristin Bewick, Ph.D. 
Owner and Director 
LearnMore Services, LLC 

Visit our new location at: 
128 Chestnut Street 
Dunmore, PA 18512 
Phone: 570-371-5190

Products, Books, and Journals

The following include a variety of sources providing a broad selection of materials for both consumer and professional use. These materials address a range of cognitive and neurological issues, with products to enhance both consumer awareness and professional therapy/training techniques.


After a Stroke – Cleo Hutton

An Educational Challenge: Meeting the Needs of Students with Brain Injury – Dana S. DeBoskey

Assisting Survivors of Traumatic Brain Injury: The Role of Speech-Language Pathologists – Karen Hux

Atlas of Functional Neuroanatomy with CD Rom – Walter Hendelman

Brain Facts primer on the brain and nervous system from SFN

Brainwave-R: Cognitive Strategies and Techniques for Brain Injury Rehabilitation – Kit Malia, Kristin Bewick, Michael Raymond, Thomas Bennett

Cognitive Rehabilitation: An Integrative Neuropsychological Approach – McKay Moore Sohlberg & Catherine A. Mateer

Delivered From Distraction: Getting the Most out of Life with Attention Deficit Disorder – Edward M. Hallowell & John J. Ratey

Down Range to Iraq and Back – about PTSD – Bridget Cantrell & Chuck Dean

Hero's Journey – Kit Malia & Anne Brannagan

Listening in the Silence, Seeing in the Dark:Reconstructing Life After Brain Injury – Ruth Knechel Johnson

My Stroke of Insight: A Brain Scientist's Personal Journey – Jill Bolte Taylor

Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury; Proactive Intervention – Roberta Depompei

Sports Neuropsychology – Ruben Echemediam Editor

Understanding the Effects of Concussion, Blast and Brain Injuries: a guide for families, veterans and care givers – Lash Associates

Training Manuals

All About Me! – Roberta DePompei & Bob Cluett

The Child's Brain: Injury and Development – Ron Savage

Coming Home: A Discharge Manual for Families of Persons with Brain Injury – Dana S. DeBoskey

Developing a Personal Memory Notebook – Judith Oetting

Going to College: Expanding Opportunities for People with Disabilities – Elizabeth Evans Getzel & Paul Wehman

HDI Publishers Coping Series of manuals for family/patient education

How to do Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy, parts 1 & 2 – Kit Malia & Anne Brannagan

A Manual for Managing Special Education for Students with Brain Injury – Marilyn Lash

Procedure for Assessing Awareness & Adjustment – Kit Malia & Anne Brannagan

Retraining Memory: Techniques and Applications – Rick Parente & Janet-Anderson Parente

Retraining Cognition: Techniques and Applications – Rick Parente & Douglas J. Herrmann

Safety Awareness Functional Evaluation and Therapy Manual – Paul T. Fogle, et al

Working After Brain Injury: What Can I Do? – Dana S. DeBoskey


Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Brain Injury Professional Journal from NABIS

International Neuropsychological Society Journal

Journal of Clinical & Experimental Neuropsychology

Journal of Cognitive Rehabilitation

Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation

Neurology from ANN

Neurology Today from ANN

Neurology Now from ANN

Psychological Medicine


Brain Briefings from INS

Neuroscience Nexus (e-newsletter) from INS

Neuroscience Quarterly from INS

Rehabilitation Outlook Newsletter from ACRM

BI-ISIG Moving Ahead Newsletter from ACRM

Computer Programs/On-line Sources

Attention Process Training kits – McKay Moore Sohlberg & Catherine A. Mateer

American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc. (AOTA)

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)

Brain Fitness Channel and other links by

Captain's Log computer program – Cognitive brain training software from BrainTrain

IVA+PLUS Continuous Performance Test – ADD/ADHD Screening and Testing

Software from BrainTrain

National Academy of Neuropsychology (NAN)


    eJournal of Cognitive Rehabilitation

Neurotrauma Registry – brain map, spinal cord map, Neurotrauma Bibliography of personal stories by people with brain and spinal cord trauma

Online resources from ACRM

Smart Driver Visual Attention Builder – BrainTrain

Society for Neuroscience Education Websites:
    Brain Connection – info for educators, parents, students and teachers
    Brains Rule! – program promotes learning about the brain, nervous system
    Neuroscience for Kids – games and activities to teach about the nervous system
    Neurosciences on the internet

Additional Products

Toolkits on Brain Injury and Concussion – Lash & Associates (Note especially the: Tool Kit for Veterans and Families on Traumatic Brain Injury, Tool Kits for Schools)

Videos – from the TBI Resource Center Traumatic Brain Injury Library, Rhode Island College

CDs/DVDs/Patient Education Tip Cards – Lash & Associates

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How to do Cognitive Rehabilitation Webcast broadcast on the 18th of every month

Understanding and Dealing with Behaviour Problems following brain injury Webcast broadcast on the 2nd of every month

Advanced Cognitive Rehabilitation Webcast broadcast on the 23rd of every month

Insight Webcast broadcast on the 10th of every month

Cognitive Rehabilitation Webcast broadcast on the 12th of every month

Active Relaxation Training Webcast broadcast on the 5th of every month