REHACOP comprises 300 exercise divided into 8 modules as follow:
|Module 1 - Attention||61 exercises on sustained, selective, divided and alternating attention.|
|Module 2 - Learning and Memory||In addition to 24 specific exercises, this module includes training on compensatory techniques and psychoeducation on how to improve habits related to mnesia performance.|
|Module 3 - Language||Syntax, grammar, vocabulary, verbal comprehension, verbal fluency and abstract language are the language skills included in the 40 exercises that make up this module.|
|Module 4 - Executive Functions||Exercises that focus on improving initiation, maintenance and conclusion, solving new problems and cognitive flexibility.|
|Module 5 - Social Cognition||54 structured activities which include training subdominions on emotion recognition, social reasoning, moral dilemmas, and Theory of the Mind.|
|Module 6 - Social Skills||55 exercises organised as a 10-step training method that covers all the essential interaction activities needed to improve communication between patients and people they deal with.|
|Module 7 - Daily Living Activities||REHACOP is extremely practical and looks to improve patients’ quality of life and functional autonomy. Functional exercises are included throughout the modules. This module includes a specific review of many of them through 41 basic, instrumental and advanced activities.|
|Module 8 - Psychoeducation||This module includes a CD with the material needed for psychoeducational training with patients or their family members. It covers fields such as general issues and symptoms, medication and other therapies, drug use, specific information for families, social resources, relaxation techniques.|
The entire programme comprises two folders or handbooks: one for the therapist and another for the patient. Each folder contains different material and is organised so that both are provided with everything needed to carry out the process without having to use additional resources.
Once it has been purchased, the therapist’s handbook can be used as often as needed. However, we recommend purchasing a patient's handbook for each one so that they can work do the exercises in pen or pencil.
This programme can be conducted both in individual and group sessions. There is sufficient material for three one and a half hour sessions a week for approximately five months. The handbooks are reasonably priced to enable patients to use materials in colour to boost their engagement and motivation.