Commitment to Consumer Education

Our signature approach to cognitive rehabilitation–functional, cutting edge, and individualized intervention carried out in the client’s real world settings–is described in many of the professional publications written by our Clinical Director, Sandy Milton. Publication reprints are available upon request. A partial listing of Sandy’s writings appears below:

  • Management of subtle cognitive-communication deficits
  • Compensatory memory strategy training: A practical approach for managing persisting memory problems
  • Management of persisting communication deficits in patients with traumatic brain injury
  • Appraisal of communicative competence in adults following head injury
  • Conversational prompting: A sentence building technique for severe aphasia
  • Functional evaluation of adolescent students with a traumatic brain injury
  • Returning adults with traumatic brain injury to work: How the speech-language pathologist may assist

In addition, we have developed an expanding selection of easy-to-understand educational/resource information sheets. These materials are part of our ongoing educational commitment to the community we serve. Below you will find a partial listing of available resource handouts provided to clients and their team members:

  • Executive functioning control/critical thinking skills
  • Indirect skill competencies for school success: Organizational skills and time structuring/time management
  • Social skills/pragmatic competence during conversational interactions
  • Personal emergency management: Outside resources
  • Caregiver emotional survival guide
  • Driving following a brain injury or other significant neurological condition
  • The role of a cognitive aide/NeuroAttendantsm assistant in a home and community program
  • Age-related cognitive decline and primary progressive aphasia/other irreversible, degenerative dementia disorders: How a speech-language pathologist within a home and community program may assist