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Check out the Brain Injury Project, inspiring stories and strategies from people who have experience of brain injury. Nick Behn, creative SLP in the UK, invited people to tell their stories, each with their own unique perspective.
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