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Speech Therapist's Role in Assessment and Management of Concussion


Speech Therapist's Role in Assessment and Management of Concussion ...

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Following a Concussion: Why Should I See a Speech Therapist When I Have No Problem Speaking


Why would I see a Speech Pathologist, a.k.a. Speech Therapist following my concussion? The word speech therapy brings to mind therapy to improve speech or how we talk. Speech-Langu...

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Signs of Stroke

05/26/2020 is a Stroke?A stroke, sometimes called a brain attack, occurs when something blocks the blood supply to part of the brain or when a blood vess...

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Myths around concussions video


Myths around concussions video Myth: “You Must Lose Consciousness to Have a Concussion.” However, in reality, loss of consciousness occurs in less than 10% of individuals with a co...

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Recovering from a concussion: Avoid Caffeine, alcohol --- and yes, illicit drugs!


Posted on September 17, 2018 on UPMC website If you have a concussion, drinking caffeine or alcohol, or using illicit drugs, can play havoc with your recovery. A concussion is a...

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Even a 10-min. Walk Can Be Good for the Brain


Research has been showing that mild exercise after brain injury including concussions can be beneficial for memory and other aspects affected. Here is some additional scientific ev...

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FDA announces approval for first blood test to detect concussions


The FDA has approved a blood test that can detect concussion. Up until now, there was no objective test to determine if someone suffered a concussion. A CT only determines if someo...

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10 Suggestions of how to Communicate to someone with Aphasia


When someone you know has suffered a stroke and has aphasia (a communication deficit), you may not know how to communicate with them. Although strokes affect different parts of the...

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A Neuroscientist's description of his concussion


This article just came out in the New Yorker. The write, who is a neuroscientist (studies the brain), describes his injury and symptoms. I especially like how he wrote about why sy...

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Sleep and Brain Injury


People sustaining brain injuries often have sleep difficulties whether it is falling asleep or staying asleep.Information from regarding sleep stated: "During sleep, ...

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Problem Solving and Emotional Regulation group


DO YOUR EMOTIONS SABOTAGE YOUR PROBLEM-SOLVING ABILITIES? Neuro Rehab Associates launched a new group: Problem Solving and Emotional Regulation. In this 12-14 week group, problem-...

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What Brain Injury Survivors Want You to Know


From brainline.orgA brain injury affects not only the person injured, but also those around them, and it can be confusing for everyone. Here is what someone with a brain injury mig...

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Learning How to Learn in College, Especially After a Brain Injury


In the September Issue of Brain Line, the above video was posted. "If you look at what successful students do, they're very engaged with their material. They attend study groups. ...

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Basic information about neuroplasticity


Neuroplasticity is explained in simple terms by Lumosity Neuroplasticity: the incredible, flexible brain Your brain has the innate ability to physically change itself when faced w...

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Blood Test for Concussions


Blood Test for Concussion? S100B is a serum protein that is thought to aid in the functioning of neurons early in life, and it is present only in the brain. In studies over the pas...

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Video illustrating and explaining physiology of Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries

03/16/2013 is was a fantastic website with information for people with TBI, family members, and professionals. In the 14 min. video sited below, the physiology and anatomy of wh...

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Hillary Clinton’s Concussion and Double Vision


Hillary Clinton’s Concussion and Double Vision Difficulty with vision is often an overlooked symptom following a brain injury, concussion, stroke, or any kind of acquired brain inj...

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9 Things NOT to Say to Someone with a Brain Injury


Brain injury is confusing to people who don’t have one. It’s natural to want to say something, to voice an opinion or offer advice, even when we don’t understand. And when you car...

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