Cognitive
Functioning
Difficulties

 
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Other Cognitive Functioning Difficulties: The Key Facts

Did you know that….

Around a quarter of people who have a stroke
are of working age.






What it’s like to have Other Cognitive Functioning Difficulties at work

‘I really wanted to return to work after my stroke, but I wasn’t prepared for how tiring it would be. My employer made sure my desk and chair were modified so I was comfortable, and they agreed to a change in my shift patterns, so I could avoid the rush hour, which really helped.’

Following a stroke or brain injury, an individual may experience a number of cognitive difficulties, including:

  • Physical changes - the way they move or the things they are able to do, such as drive or operate machinery, or even sit at a desk

  • Cognitive changes - they way they process and store information. Their memory may be affected, or the way they read, or their ability to tell time, for example.

  • Behavioural - their self-control may be affected, or their motivation. They may find it much harder to be in large groups of people, or to work on one task for a long period of time.


How Lexxic can help

At Lexxic, we are experts in screening for cognitive functioning difficulties. We can offer assessment, workplace needs assessments, one to one coaching, eLearning packages, or advise on the best assistive technology to help you or your employees work to their best abilities.

Get in touch if you would like to chat with one of our team, or find out more about the services we can provide.

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