The Mild Concussion and Traumatic Brain Injury Workbook 2.0 now comes in LARGE font for a clear and simple reading experience. This book also features larger pages, 8x10, in comparison to the 6x8 travel-sized format of the first book. The maze passageways have also grown in size which makes for easier navigation with your pen.
The principal upgrade includes the ability to record your completion time of each maze so you can track your progress. The maze count has also more than doubled from the previous book. There are now 255 mazes.
The Mild Concussion and Traumatic Brain Injury Workbook 2.0 includes over 250 mazes thoughtfully designed for someone who has suffered a brain injury. The book is broken into chapters of varying levels (easy, intermediate, and advanced) to assist in improving memory and cognitive function.
This workbook also includes encouraging quotes throughout the book to lift the mood and provide inspiration. Track your recovery by timing the completion of the same maze three times. There are 85 unique and thoughtfully designed mazes to help aid in your recovery. The mazes gradually increase in difficulty, and every maze comes in triplicate with a place to record your time.
If you’re consistently achieving better times, your memory, cognitive function and executive function skills should also be improving. If your time stays the same or gets worse, don’t be discouraged, you can show your health care provider valuable data regarding where you are on your path to recovery. If your time is getting faster, you can share evidence of some of the positive results you are experiencing on your road to recovery.
It is always prudent to inform your physician about the exercises you are pursuing. Your professional healthcare team can help you incorporate supportive and complementary activities, in accordance with this book, that can aid in your rehabilitation goals. To ensure this book is appropriate for where you are in your recovery process, we highly recommend consulting your physician before adding any new therapies to your rehabilitation regimen.
Good tidings on your journey.