are they needing a lot of excessive clarification for directions, this can be short term memory, receptive language
I want to know if the person can understand something as a resource and if they use it, do they use it correctly, do they know that they need to correct themselves if they use it incorrectly.
b. Problem Solving
do they have to have directions repeated multiple times?
the patient who gets information that is wrong, but doesn't know that it is wrong, or get part of the information but it is incomplete, but they don't get it's incomplete. This is heavy on self-awareness, attention, pragmatics
what the patient does when they encounter an error, do they perseverate on error and not find a different solution, or only think of one solution and not try another one. Heavy on language, problem solving, memory,
Staying on Task
based on attention
-you are going to very aware of what you're requiring of them and their ability, sustained/alternation attention
This is for the patient who goes through all of the steps, gets the result, but it is so time consuming it is too late. This is all of the components, it is the slow ability to use any of the components