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  • Did you know that damage to a person’s left hemisphere can change how they make coffee? Damage to the left hemisphere can cause a person to forget h

  • While smartphones get a bad reputation from being disruptive in many situations, smartphones can prove to be useful assistive devices for people with

  • If you search on the internet, you can find a wealth of information regarding the use and effectiveness of telepractice for a variety of medical condi

  • Concussions impact all aspects of a child’s life. Kyra’s background in neurotrauma has set her apart in her field. Kyra explains how and why she care

  • Many people living with brain injury ask “will anyone date me after I have had a brain injury”? The answer is yes. While dating with brain injury is a

  • Aphasia is a loss of language, not a loss of intellect. Over 2 million Americans are living with aphasia as a result of a stroke, brain injury, or neu

  • Experiencing a stroke can result in many different kinds of cognitive conditions. The most well-known condition resulting from a stroke is called aph

  • Language is what helps us express ourselves and understand the world around us. When the language section of our brain gets injured, it can cause a lo

  • Speech-language pathologists (SLP’s) play a huge role in stroke rehabilitation. Strokes often cause aphasia. Aphasia can present as a loss of language

  • Every two seconds, someone in the world has a stroke. Strokes are extremely common, one out of every six people will have one, but what exactly happen

  • Aphasia is a devastating result of a stroke that can impair a person’s ability to produce and understand language. Aphasia is life-changing, and routi

  • The short answer is yes. But why?  Telepractice is the practice of therapeutic services via telephone and or internet communication devices. Worldw

  • Strokes (or cerebrovascular accidents) are life-changing for people of all ages. While physical changes are common, cognitive changes can occur and im

  • Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor's unique research and medical background makes her Tedtalk extremely insightful.  Before she experienced her stroke she was work

  • Brain-injury causes not only cognitive and physical disturbance, but emotional. Many patients suffer from depression, with a report of approximately 4