Video feedback

A form of intervention where a patient is videotaped while he performs an activity. The therapist and patient then watch the video together in order for the patient to obtain visual and verbal feedback regarding their performance. For persons experiencing USN, the therapist addresses how the patient has neglected their body or hemispace. Once the patient is aware of their inattention, strategies are then discussed to encourage visual scanning of their neglected hemispace/body.

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