Cognitive and behavioural symptoms are common in neurological and neuropsychiatric conditions. The Cambridge Rehabilitation Manual draws upon years of research and offers advice and guidance across a range of domains, including –

✔ Concentration
✔ Word-finding
✔ Anger management
✔ Sleep
✔ Fatigue
✔ Study skills
✔ Getting back to work after a major illness
✔ Managing stress
✔ Families caring for confused individuals
✔ Ward staff having to deal with confused inpatients

It is written by a leading behavioural scientist, Dr Narinder Kapur, visiting Professor of Neuropsychology at University College London. Dr Kapur has over 40 years’ experience working in the National Health Service, including as Head of Neuropsychology in major neuroscience centres in Cambridge and Southampton. He is Past-President of the British Neuropsychological Society, recipient of a Lifetime-Achievement Award from the British Psychological Society, and author/editor of four books in the field of Neuropsychology.

The Cambridge Rehabilitation Booklet is available here, at cambridgerehabmanual.com.