(1) Cognitive rehabilitation is the provision of therapeutic cognitive activities to meet the functional needs of a recipient with brain injury.
(2) Cognitive rehabilitation services may include:
(a) the reinforcement, strengthening, or reestablishment of previously learned patterns of behavior;
(b) the establishment of new patterns of cognitive activity or compensatory mechanisms for impaired neurological systems; and
(c) training significant others to assist in meeting the functional needs of the recipient.
(3) A person providing cognitive rehabilitation services, must be:
(a) employed by a rehabilitation agency; and
(b) under the direct supervision of a licensed psychologist, licenced neuropsychologist, board certified neurologist, or board certified physiatrist who has experience in working with persons with brain injury.