Cognitive Rehabilitation

Cognitive Rehabilitation is a general term used to talk about any sort of treatment for cognitive issues. Treatment is used to recover from cognitive impairment resulting from a condition or incident, and also to work out alternative ways to mentally accomplish the same tasks in our lives. Legler Psychology specializes in two major types of cognitive rehab, Rehacom for age-related memory impairment, and Cogmed aimed at expanding cognitive capacity. 


RehaCom Cognitive Therapy is designed for individuals with age associated memory changes, mild cognitive impairment, early onset dementia or those recovering from a stroke, brain injury, or other cognitive problems. RehaCom is an evidenced based, clinically endorsed, established part of cognitive rehabilitation for the past 25 years. It consists of  computerized therapy modules and hundreds of tasks with different levels of difficulty: from very easy – to highly complex tasks. 


Cogmed is the world’s most proven digital therapy for improving working memory and attention. Cogmed’s ability to grow cognitive capacity has been demonstrated in several randomized controlled trials. The science behind Cogmed is published in more than 120 articles in peer reviewed scientific journals; including Nature Neuroscience, and Science. Read more about this research, and how Cogmed is different from casual “brain training” apps.

Conditions Cognitive Rehabilitation Treats

  • Stroke
  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
  • Concussion
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)
  • Memory changed
  • Neurodevelopmental disorders (including ADHD and ADD)
  • COVID-19
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Dr. Whitney Legler