Dysarthria Communication Strategies

Speaking is a complex motor task that requires many muscles including muscles for articulation, respiration, and phonation. The tongue and lips must move quickly and efficiently to produce the [...]

What is Caregiver Burden?

Caregiver burden can be defined as the strain or challenges felt by caregivers in respect to the physical, psychological, emotional, social, and even financial consequences that can be [...]

Fall Prevention 101

Falls are experiences that happen frequently during childhood that occur in sports, at a playground, or a clumsy accident with children hopping back onto their feet to carry on their day for the [...]

What is Post-Concussion Syndrome?

Concussions occur from an injury to the brain. Most concussion symptoms resolve within 2 weeks. However, every individual is unique, and the site and severity of the injury can play a role in the [...]

Return to Driving After Stroke

The effects of a stroke can impact your function in all daily activities. As therapists, our focus is to assist in your recovery so that you can enjoy the tasks that are meaningful to you. These [...]

Assistive Technology for Cognition

Technology use for people with cognitive impairment is quickly becoming commonplace in neurological rehabilitation. Technology that is a part of our everyday lives can increase independent [...]

What is a Traumatic Brain Injury?

A traumatic brain injury, or TBI, occurs when brain cells are damaged from trauma to the head. This can result from a blow or jolt to the head or body, such as in a motor vehicle accident, fall, [...]

Surviving Grief

Written By: Mariano Hinojosa  Almost all of us have experienced the death of a family member or a close friend.  The resulting grief is often almost unbearable.  The loss is unbelievable and the [...]

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