Today is the International Day for Persons with Disabilities. It’s a good day to think about people living with communication disabilities who are prevented from full inclusion in our society in so many ways. Here’s a post from the International […]Read More
Concussion and Mild Brain Injury: What’s the evidence that referral to a speech-language pathologist is reasonable and necessary?
Concussion and mild brain injuries: When Intervention from a speech-language pathologist is reasonable and necessary. Sheila MacDonald M.Cl.SC. Reg. CASLPO. SLP (C) Sheila MacDonald & Associates, Guelph, Ontario www.brainandcommunication.ca Mild brain injuries and concussions can result in persisting […]Read More
Cognitive and communication difficulties that occur after a concussion or mild brain injury are expected to resolve within three months in most cases. However approximately 15% of individuals have persisting difficulties after mild brain injuries sustained in sports, motor […]Read More