Planning and organising are the skills we use to think about tasks and carry them out effectively. We plan and organise in order to achieve a goal.
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Contributors and Sources
Booklet Content and Concept Development Team, Headway Ireland: Ruth Lunnon, Senior Information and Support Officer (Lead); Elaine Kelly, Senior Clinical Neuropsychologist; Claire McMoreland, Clinical Psychologist; Richard Stables, Information and Support Service Manager and Catherine O’Hare, Information and Support Officer.
Acknowledgement: Our sincere thanks to the many Headway clients whose shared experiences made such a valuable contribution to the writing of this booklet and to the Headway Rehabilitation staff who kindly facilitated them in this work.
- Executive dysfunction after brain injury. Factsheet. Headway UK. www.headyway.co.uk (Accessed October 2015).
- Fundamentals of Human Neuropsychology. Bryan Kolb and Ian Whishaw. Worth Publishers (2015)
- Human Neuropsychology. G Neil Martin. Pearson (2006).
- Neuropsychological Rehabilitation: Theory, Models, Therapy and Outcome. Barbara A. Wilson and others. Cambridge University Press (2009).
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