Every patient starting cognitive or speech rehabilitation therapy is different and requires a personalized therapy regimen, based on who they are, their diagnosis and the progress they are making towards their recovery goals. With the use of “big data"-driven analytics, it is now possible to micro-personalize therapy for patients.
You've had a brain injury or stroke and certain things in your daily life are affected, but not everything. You know your injury was on the right side of your brain. So, why are you having trouble with actions on the left side of your body? Here's a quick explanation of which side of the brain is responsible for what types of thoughts, emotions, and actions. You might be surprised!
After a neurological event like brain injury or stroke, you’re faced with new physical & cognitive-linguistic challenges
You may find yourself in speech-language, occupational, and physical therapies, working hard towards your goals. If you’ve worked with a rehab therapist, you’ve likely heard them emphasize the value of home carryover exercises in between sessions, and the importance of quality, consistent, focused practice at home once therapy is finished.
Every year 800,000 people suffer a stroke in the U.S. and another 1.7 million suffer traumatic brain injury, according to the CDC. Because our brains are so complex, depending on how the injury occurred, each individual's experience living with brain injury is different.