Verbal/Visual/Auditory cues

A form of intervention that involves the use of visual (i.e. red tape or flashing lights), verbal (i.e. the voice of the therapist or a family member) or auditory (i.e. a horn or bell) stimuli/cues. For persons with USN, these types of cues are used to encourage visual scanning and awareness of the neglected hemispace.

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