Neurorehabilitation aims at improving patient functions to the highest level, overall quality of life and reduces symptoms. The treatments assist the patients in activities of daily living like eating, dressings, cooking and basic household chores. Speech therapy in the rehabilitation program promotes the patients' reading, writing and speaking skills. This complex medical process focuses on the recuperation of nerve injuries. The potential for recovery and ability to profit from rehabilitation is wedged by interruption to brain networks yet as remote changes within the brain. Numerous rehabilitative approaches are developed and tested. A learning-based approach is advocated to facilitate neural plastic changes and outcomes of restoration.