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technique

A particular method or way of doing something. The word comes from the Greek "techne," which is an art, craft or skill. See technology.
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In the past, rehabilitation for a patient with a CVA has focused on learning compensatory techniques to restore the patient to a previous level of function.
Testing binocularly, which is not instructed by the Fletcher test and cannot be done with SLO, to simulate the patients' real-world function and observe their compensatory techniques and better inform the therapist's rehabilitation strategies.
If a cognitive disability is more recent in determination or occurrence, the student would require much more intervention with introduction to varied compensatory techniques.