Sequencing-Not being to sequence activities or achieve a goal.
Attention-distractibility and poor attention
Verbal expression-the communication (in speech or writing) of your beliefs or opinions; "expressions of good will"; "he helped me find verbal expression for my ideas"; "the idea was immediate but the verbalism took hours"
Spontaneity-Spontaneous behavior, impulse, or movement.In responce to others and enviroment.
Emotions-Control of them or how they function
Movement Initiation-The lack of control of them,seen a lot in Parkinson's.
Changes in social Behavior-
Impared working memory-
Spoken Word-Understanding spoken word.
Selective attention-the process by which a person can selectively pick out one message from a mixture of messages occurring simultaneously
Inhibitions-A feeling that makes one self-conscious and unable to act in a relaxed and natural way.
Short Term Memory loss-
Directional Understanding-Knowing the difference between left and right etc etc..
Word Blindness-Not being able to recognize words
Visual Illusions-Inaccurately seeing objects
Gross and Fine motor skills-
Voluntary Motor skills-
Equilibrium-State of balance. Condition in which contending forces are equal.
Scanning Speech-also known as explosive speech, is a type of ataxic dysarthria in which spoken words are broken up into separate syllables, often separated by a noticeable pause, and spoken with varying force.
Body Temperature-The lack of a control and keeping a normal body temperature.
Swallowing-Not being to swallow foods and liquids as well.
Vertigo-True vertigo is the sensation of moving around in space or of having objects move about the person and is a result of a disturbance of equilibratory apparatus.