Cognitive impairment can affect peoples’ ability to use methods that aid encoding and facilitate retrieval. It is important to consider how teaching strategies might provide support at both encoding and retrieval by ensuring compatibility of cues at encoding and retrieval (e.g. category cues). Interventions for people with cognitive impairment; compared to healthy older adults, need to focus on more guidance and support when encoding material, extra learning trials, additional prompts, and cues for retrieval.
Clinical Pathway Evaluation CPV lets us look and ensure we recognise the individual for their actual stage of life and work cycle. As we face an aging workforce we recognize things are changing rapidly and an individual’s ability to remain at the top of their cognisant ability diminishes at some point. Employers have a legal liability to support employees and treat them in a fair and impartial manner as they transation into their later worklife.
The issue of how to support situation awareness of complex organisational systems is a growing concern in a number of industries, especially when automation takes the operators partly “out of the loop.” Cognitive theory suggests that comprehension of the flow of events is an active process, constrained by the dynamics and modularity of attention and memory. We need to discuss the cognitive factors involved in achieving and maintaining situation awareness, drawing on recent cognitive theory to clarify their interaction and the need for a more analytic and precise understanding of situation awareness so we can discuss strengths and weaknesses of various empirical approaches that might be used toward that end.