We’re often asked about the connection between Constant Therapy’s tasks and an individual’s specific brain injury. In response, we’ve developed an infographic poster for people with communication disorders or brain injury, their loved ones, and the clinicians helping them to reach their therapy goals.
There’s a rumor going around that you’ve got only one year after you have a stroke or brain injury to make whatever progress and recovery you’re going to make. Stroke and brain injury survivors everywhere will tell you that, from personal experience, that concept is a false rumor. We, too, believe that you can continue to improve with the right therapy – that’s one of the things that drove us to create Constant Therapy!
Neuroplasticity means that our brains can change and adapt - even after damage by trauma, stroke, disease, or brain injury. The foundations of stroke treatment and brain injury rehabilitation rely on the concept of brain plasticity. In a nutshell, brain plasticity refers to the changeability of the human brain.