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  • Holidays may mean more conversations and potentially a break from formal therapy sessions. Here are 5 ways to continue practicing your language skills

  • Aphasia is a condition that reflects the loss of language. Depending on the nature of aphasia, a person may have trouble producing and/or understandin

  • Have you ever wondered why we can feel exhausted after a day of working our brains, even if we haven’t physically exerted ourselves at all? After a ha

  • The Towers of Hanoi is a well known executive function task that targets working memory, inhibition, and decision making. Our digital adaptation is a

  • You may notice that packaging and delivering information slightly differently to your child with ADHD can result in better outcomes. Giving instruct

  • During the winter, many people suffer from colds and the symptoms that come with them: congestion, coughing, and body aches. While many people feel ph

  • Today, we scroll through hundreds of pieces of digital content a day, and for some people, thousands. The internet has changed the way we communicate,

  • The brain has its own unique way of responding to a surprising event or situation. When the brain wants you to pay attention to something, it will mak

  • Schizophrenia causes cognitive problems including impaired attention, processing speed, working memory, language, reasoning, and social cognition. Apa

  • Learning how to deal with stress is an integral part of everyday life. Stress occurs at all stages of life and can come in several forms. During the d

  • For years, researchers and medical professionals have studied the outcomes of brain injury care in order to identify critical factors that influence a

  • For many patients with cancer or are in remission, cognitive impairment is frequently a complaint. In a national cross sectional study, it was reporte

  • HappyNeuron Pro is a digital cognitive therapy tool offering over 45 exercises for clinicians working with individuals with cognitive impairment. Usin

  • TBI stands for traumatic brain injury, and occurs when one experiences damage to the brain. This type of damage is specific, and creates a disruption

  • Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) can be very detrimental to one’s health and wellbeing. Brain injury commonly causes individuals to have cognitive, men

  • Aphasia is a condition that reflects the loss of language. Depending on the nature of aphasia, a person may have trouble producing and/or understandin

  • Schizophrenia causes cognitive problems including impaired attention, processing speed, working memory, language, reasoning, and social cognition. Apa

  • For years, researchers and medical professionals have studied the outcomes of brain injury care in order to identify critical factors that influence a

  • For many patients with cancer or are in remission, cognitive impairment is frequently a complaint. In a national cross sectional study, it was reporte

  • TBI stands for traumatic brain injury, and occurs when one experiences damage to the brain. This type of damage is specific, and creates a disruption

  • Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) can be very detrimental to one’s health and wellbeing. Brain injury commonly causes individuals to have cognitive, men

  • Many survivors of traumatic brain injuries (TBI) often deal with feelings of anger and irritability after their injury. For some, these feelings of an

  • Aphasia is a common disorder resulting from a stroke that impairs a person’s ability to produce and understand language. Speech therapists often work

  • When someone has a stroke on the left side of their brain, they may have difficulty producing speech. This condition is known as Broca's aphasia. Many

  • All around America, many individuals work through mental illness everyday. The National Institute of Mental Health stated that in 2019, around 20% of

  • Processing speed deficits are among the most common cognitive deficits patients with stroke experience, along with deficits in attention and executive

  • You may be reading a tweet and catch a typo that you want to correct, walk past a pond and see a goldfish from under the water, or do a double-take wh

  • Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) refers to diminished cognitive functioning in later age. It is in between a normal cognitive functioning and that lowe

  • Aerobic exercise has been studied extensively for its physical, mental, and cognitive health benefits. Of interest is how often physical therapists ma

  • We have all experienced depression at some point in our lives. Depression is the “common cold” of mental illnesses, as many people experience depressi

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