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Talks too much. Talks too little. Is too disorganized. Is not aware of the listener: Development of individualized social communication goals through use of a comprehensive, contextual, multifactorial assessment framework.
Social Cognition, Communication and Affect (SOCCA) Special Interest Group Pre-Congress Workshop, IBIA 2019
13 March, 2019
Pre-Conference Workshop for IBIA World Congress
Clinicians & Researchers in Neurorehabilitation & Neuroscience
Toronto, Ontario Canada
Host: International Brain Injury Association’s World Congress, Social Cognition and Communication Special Interest Group
Pictures: On left, Sheila MacDonald and colleagues gesturally remind themselves of the importance of the frontal lobes at Sheila’s Cognitive-Communication Disorders Level 1 Course, hosted by OSLA, at the Alton Mill, Ontario. On right, Sheila MacDonald and colleagues pose for a group photo at a conference in Toronto, Ontario.
UK CCD Symposium 2018
Sheila MacDonald with former SLP students
Sheila giving Keynote Talk at Toronto ABI Network, Nov. 2018